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1. Corinthian Hall Corinthian Hall 2008 Description and history of the Robert Alexander Long house, Corinthian Hall, in Kansas City at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. Built in 1909-1920 and designed by Henry F. Hoit, the house became the Kansas City...

2. Corinthian Hall: An American Palace on Gladstone Corinthian Hall: An American Palace on Gladstone //1981 Description of the design and construction of the R. A. Long residence, known as "Corinthian Hall," before becoming the Kansas City Museum.

3. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biographical information about Robert Alexander Long, or R. A. Long (1850-1934), "Missouri's most famous lumber entrepreneur" and owner of "the nation's largest lumber produc[ing]" company in 1920, with...

4. George Fuller Green George Fuller Green 1986 Biographical descriptions and notes about the collection of George Fuller Green, or George Green (~1870-1970), "[l]ocal architect and civic leader, city archivist, historian and author.

5. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Book contains a photo and caption of the R.A. Long home later the Kansas City Museum located at 3218 Gladstone Blvd.

6. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Mae Reed Porter, or Mae Porter (1888-1968), a western historian, "the author of six books, and donor of art and artifacts to the Kansas City Museum." Native of Dallas coming to Kansas...

7. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photo and bio of Alice Nielsen (1876-1943), an opera singer and actress. Born in Nashville and coming to Kansas City about 1883 with her parents before performing here and abroad, "donat[ing] her collection...

8. Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis 2002 Book includes a short history of Union Station as a railroad station and as a reburished city attraction.

9. Marijana's World: Strawberry Hill Marijana's World: Strawberry Hill //1983 Book of reproduced paintings by the Croatian-American artist Marijana of the community of Croatians and other Yugoslavians in Strawberry Hill in Kansas City, Kansas.

10. Matilda Shelden Matilda Shelden 1968 (first edition 1950) Photo and description of Matilda Dallmeyer Shelden, or Matilda Shelden, wife of Dr. Frank Shelden ("a noted tennis star") and member of the upper house of the City Council in 1924, "member of the Woman's...

11. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the R. A. Long residence, completed in 1910.

12. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Contains a photo of "R. A. Long's residence, 3218 Gladstone Boulevard."

13. R. A. Long Residence R. A. Long Residence September 1912 Photos of the interior and exterior of the R. A. Long, or Robert Long residence, also known as Corinthian Hall or the former Kansas City Museum, designed by architect Henry Hoit.

14. The Kansas City Museum The Kansas City Museum 1950 Description of the museum "housing interesting exhibits of natural history and regional history," first opened in 1940, accompanied by a planetarium.

15. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 History of the R. A. Long residence at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, later the Kansas City Museum.

16. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Description of the architecture of the museum, originally the residence of R. A. Long, and the career of its architect, E. M. Price.