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1. A Drive to Bear His Name A Drive to Bear His Name December/1/1905 Article about the funeral for August R. Meyer and considerations for streets to bear his name.

2. A. R. Meyer's Condition A. R. Meyer's Condition December/2/1905 Short article about the hospitalization and subsequent death of August Meyer (1851-1905), the "father" of the park and boulevard system.

3. Council Approves Brookside Zoning Ordinance: Proposal Will Create Special Business District, Limit Building Council Approves Brookside Zoning Ordinance: Proposal Will Create Special Business District, Limit Building Size and Encourage Pedestrians December/6/2000 Notice about the approval by the Kansas City Council of "a zoning ordinance that will restrict national retail outlets, or 'big box' stores, from moving into the Brookside area," involving "10.3 acres...

4. Deaths: Anton R. Hettelsater Deaths: Anton R. Hettelsater September/28/1969 Photo and obituary for Anton Hettelsater (~1898-1969), "76, of 409 East Meyer boulevard," dying on September 27, 1969, as the "founder, in 1920, and president of the Jones-Hettelsater Construction company."...

5. Gateway to the Past Gateway to the Past October 10, 2007 Katie Allison tries to garner monetary support to save the crumbling brick and iron columns on the southwest and northwest corners of Meyer Boulevard and Wornall, the eastern entrance to Greenway Fields...

6. Green to gray: the impact of Kessler's plan. Green to gray: the impact of Kessler's plan. June 25, 2005 Article describes the parks and boulevards system in Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City, Kansas was never able to develop a comparable system and the result is obvious in the contrast between neighborhoods...

7. Kansas City Street People: Kansas City's Boulevardier Kansas City Street People: Kansas City's Boulevardier September/8/1985 Photo and biographical article about August Meyer (1851-1905), an engineer and co-founder and fist president of the Kansas City Park Board from 1892 to about 1901. Born in Saint Louis and coming to Kansas...

8. Mary Ann Adler and Barbara Coughlin Murder Case Mary Ann Adler and Barbara Coughlin Murder Case 1969-1970 A collection of 63 pages of photocopied newspaper clippings, primarily from the Kansas City Star and Kansas City Times, centered on the murders of Mary Ann Adler and Barbara Coughlin. Adler and Coughlin...

9. Nursing School Changes Location But Not Principles Nursing School Changes Location But Not Principles December 13, 2005 Brief article reporting the move of the Research College of Nursing from a location at 2300 E. Meyer Boulevard to a renovated former doctor's building at 2525 E. Meyer Boulevard. The Research College of...

10. Obituaries: Phillip T. Drotts Obituaries: Phillip T. Drotts May/17/1960 Designed mainly church units, including Nazarene Theological Seminary at 1700 Meyer Boulevard, the Nazarene Publishing House, Hotel Aladdin, and Hotel LaSalle.

11. Southern Comfort Southern Comfort December/27/2001 Review of Cornbread Café, 1350 East Meyer Boulevard.

12. The Brookside Question: KC Council Considers Zoning Code Changes The Brookside Question: KC Council Considers Zoning Code Changes November/29/2000 Photo and article about zoning restrictions for "national retail outlets, or 'big box' stores" being considered in the Brookside shopping district. Brief history of the district, "designed and developed...

13. This Versatile Actress Aims for Star Billing at Home, Too This Versatile Actress Aims for Star Billing at Home, Too February/21/1969 Photos and biographical article about Harriet Levitt, a "Kansas City actress" and "veteran of the Barn, Resident, Missouri Repertory and Vanguard theaters," residing at 644 West Meyer Boulevard and formerly...