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Nightclubs (9)
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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Arson Aylor Arson Aylor June 14, 1935 Article about the conviction of Ben Aylor, former owner of the burned-down Rochambeau Hotel in Kansas City, for arson in its destruction by fire in 1932.

2. Continental Hotel Continental Hotel 1935 Full frontal and side view; located at northwest corner of 11th and Baltimore.

3. Dante's Inferno Nightclub Dante's Inferno Nightclub 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub Dante's Inferno. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935, p. 1, MVSC F051 F996. As stated in...

4. Delmar Hotel Delmar Hotel 1935 Full frontal view.

5. DeLuxe Night Club DeLuxe Night Club 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called the DeLuxe Night Club. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935, p. 1, MVSC F051 F996....

6. Derby Tavern Derby Tavern 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called the Derby Tavern. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935, p. 1, MVSC F051 F996.

7. Harlem Nite Club Harlem Nite Club 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called the Harlem Nite Club. Included in the view are two automobiles and the club's large electric sign over the canopy at the front door. Photograph was...

8. Hey-Hay Club Hey-Hay Club 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub Hey-Hay Club located at 4th and Cherry. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935, p. 1, MVSC...

9. King Kong Nightclub King Kong Nightclub 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called King Kong located at 520 E. 12th Street. Also in view is a portion of the Faith Missiion located at 518 E. 12th Street. View includes an automobile...

10. Local Nightclubs Local Nightclubs 1935 Composite photograph which features eight different nightclubs/speakeasies located in Kansas City during the 1930s. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12,...

11. Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present Missouri Democracy: A History of the Party and Its Representative Members--Past and Present 1935 Biographical sketch of Alonzo Gentry, "an architect of national reputation," born in Independence, Missouri, in 1889 and becoming an architect in New York City before opening offices in Kansas City in...

12. Palmer Hotel Palmer Hotel 1935 Partial frontal and side view looking along 9th Street; located at 408 East 9th.

13. Phillips Hotel Phillips Hotel 1935 Partial frontal and side view; located on northwest corner of 12th and Baltimore. Also shows Katz Drug Store as first floor tenant.

14. Pickwick Hotel Pickwick Hotel 1935 Rooftop construction view.

15. Red & Dutch Nightclub Red & Dutch Nightclub 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called Red & Dutch located at 924-28 W. 8th Street. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935,...

16. Sinclair 1935 Official Road Map Missouri Sinclair 1935 Official Road Map Missouri 1935 One side of the fold-out map is a road map for the state of Missouri showing pennant flags to give the locations of Sinclair Pennant Hotels or Taverns. These are located in Columbia, Springfield, Rolla,...

17. Wiggle Inn Wiggle Inn 1935 Street level view of local speakeasy/nightclub called the Wiggle Inn. Photograph was made from image as published in the "Future" newsweekly, Vol. 1, No. 12, March 29, 1935, p. 1, MVSC F051 F996. As stated...