Missouri Valley Special Collections
Advanced Search | Help | My Favorites
All Images Local History Index  
Search results for: 8 item(s) for: "Meyer, August R." residences
Search current collection(s) again
Refine your search
Type
Book (4)
Newspaper Article (1)
Photograph, B/w, 8 X... (1)
Postcard (1)
Report (1)

Creator
John Albury Bryan (1)
Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred... (1)
Union Bank Note Compan... (1)
William a Coles (1)
Harkins Commercial Pho... (1)

Date
1898-1899 (1)
1902 (1)
1928 (1)
1969 (1)
March/10/1894 (1)

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Architecture and Society: Selected Essays of Henry Van Brunt Architecture and Society: Selected Essays of Henry Van Brunt 1969 Photo of the August Meyer house in 1895-1896, designed by architects Van Brunt & Howe at 44th and Warwick Boulevards.

2. August Meyer Residence August Meyer Residence Folder includes nomination form for the National Register for the August Meyer residence, located at 4415 Warwick and also known as Vanderslice Hall. It is currently owned by the Kansas City Art Institute....

3. August Meyer Residence (Vanderslice Hall), Gold Fish Lake August Meyer Residence (Vanderslice Hall), Gold Fish Lake Postcard of the Gold Fish Lake on the grounds of the August Meyer Residence (Vanderslice Hall)

4. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1898-1899 Photo of the August Meyer home in the Hyde Park Residential District at 44th and Warwick Boulevards.

5. Kansas City Art Institute Kansas City Art Institute Exterior view of the Kansas City Art Institute showing Vanderslice Hall on the left and Epperson Auditorium on the right. Vanderslice Hall originally was the August Meyer residence located at 4415 Warrick...

6. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photos of the "residence of A. R. Meyer, Warwick Boulevard and Forty-fourth Street."

7. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the residence of August Meyer, built in 1897 at 44th and Warwick Boulevards.

8. The Mask Torn Off The Mask Torn Off March/10/1894 Article about the obstruction of plans by August Meyer to build an impressive Westport home (for himself) by an injunction against grading Main Street south of 43rd Street.