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1. 1000 Acres Restricted, Country Club District: J. C. Nichols 1000 Acres Restricted, Country Club District: J. C. Nichols June//1909 Restricted to single residences only, ranging in value from $3,000 to $10,000 and up. Large lots and acre tracts with city conveniences. No monotonous repetition of the same design of houses.Ample parkways...

2. A Guide to the New Foot Trails and Bridle Paths in Mission Hills and Indian Hills Country Club District A Guide to the New Foot Trails and Bridle Paths in Mission Hills and Indian Hills Country Club District April 1922 Trails in the Mission Hills and Indian Hills area, shown in color.

3. A Map of the Country Club District A Map of the Country Club District 1930 Map of the Country Club District with drawings illustrating people, places, and events in Kansas City history.

4. Biography of J. C. Nichols (1880-1950), Developer Biography of J. C. Nichols (1880-1950), Developer 2003

5. Buildings, Apartments, and Homes in Country Club Plaza Buildings, Apartments, and Homes in Country Club Plaza April 9, 1905 Book contains photos of many of the original buildings, apartments, and homes in the Country Club Plaza area including the businesses and gasoline stations.

6. Colonial Village Development in Kansas City, Mo. Colonial Village Development in Kansas City, Mo. March//1933 Description of the housing development with strict zoning to ensure adherence of high property value and livability of the neighborhood.

7. Country Club District Country Club District circa 1930 Map of the Country Club District, including Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Meyer Circle, Stratford Gardens, Hampstead Gardens, Greenway Fields, Armour Fields, Romanelli Gardens, Armour Hills, Crestwood,...

8. Country Club District Country Club District circa 1920 Map of the Country Club District, including Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Meyer Circle, Stratford Gardens, Hampstead Gardens, Greenway Fields, Armour Fields, Romanelli Gardens, Armour Hills, Crestwood,...

9. Country Club District Bulletin Country Club District Bulletin 1919-1930 Several years of the bulletin for the Country Club District with drawings and photos of homes, churches, scuptures, fountains, businesses, people, and maps of land developments, etc. Includes mainly residential...

10. Country Club District: ''Kansas City's Greatest Asset'' Country Club District: ''Kansas City's Greatest Asset'' May 6, 1930 Advertising brochure with map showing housing developments in the Country Club District. Shows the Ward Parkway and Meyer Circle areas, and Romanelli Gardens extended.

11. Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted August 1922 Title continues: "Including Sunset Hill, Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Hampstead Gardens, Crestwood, Greenway Fields, Wornall Manor, Westwood, Westwood Hills, and Armour Hills. 2,500 Acres Restricted. Planned,...

12. Country Club Plaza, Panorama Country Club Plaza, Panorama Panoramic Postcard of the Country Club Plaza

13. Country Club Plaza: 46th Street Terrace to Ward Parkway, Mill Creek Parkway Westward to Penn Country Club Plaza: 46th Street Terrace to Ward Parkway, Mill Creek Parkway Westward to Penn 1926 Book describing and depicting scenes of and planning involved with the Country Club District and Plaza.

14. Defense Housing in a Subdivision Defense Housing in a Subdivision November//1941 Photos, drawings, and article about two houses (at 5424 Norwood Road and 4924 State Line Road in the Country Club District) designed by architect Edward Tanner. Funded through the low-cost "defense housing...

15. From $1.25 to $1600 an Acre: Part of Armour Farm Bought by J. C. Nichols for $370,000 From $1.25 to $1600 an Acre: Part of Armour Farm Bought by J. C. Nichols for $370,000 April/2/1922 Notice of the sale of the Armour farm land between 65th, Oak, 71st, and Wornall Road to the J. C. Nichols Investment Company.

16. History of the Neighborhood History of the Neighborhood Fall//1998 History and current description of "the excellent example of the planned residential subdivisions developed by the J. C. Nichols Company," including the Crestwood residential district established in 1919...

17. Homes and Floor Plans Homes and Floor Plans February 1939 This issue contains photos of homes with floor plans of some residences built by the J. C. Nichols Company in the Country Club District.

18. J. C. Nichols Builds Again on Bedrock Worth Reckoning with J. C. Nichols Builds Again on Bedrock Worth Reckoning with October//1934 Comprehensive article about the story of the J. C. Nichols Company's land developments, with many photos and an annotated map.

19. J. C. Nichols Collection Finding Aid J. C. Nichols Collection Finding Aid 1912-1960 (bulk 1922-1950) J. C. Nichols was born in Olathe, Kansas, in 1880 and died in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1950. He was a major residential land developer in the metropolitan area. He was a pioneer in the development of...

20. J. C. Nichols Company J. C. Nichols Company