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1. Dorothea Eldridge Slide Collection Finding Aid Dorothea Eldridge Slide Collection Finding Aid 1957-1968 A group of 108 color slides of images of Kansas City from the 1950s and 1960s, taken by Eldridge, an amateur photographer. The photos include buildings, fountains, hospitals, rooftop views of downtown...

2. Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City, Missouri 1950 Aerial view looking north, near 28th and Summit.

3. Liberty Memorial and Union Station Liberty Memorial and Union Station 1950 Aerial view looking northeast, near 29th and Gillham.

4. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 1950 Looking north from 47th Street; approximately bounded on west by Broadway, north by 39th, and east by Troost.

5. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 1950 Looking northeast from 48th Street; approximately bounded on west by Warwick, north by Armour, and east by the Paseo.

6. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 1950 Looking northeast from 47th; approximately bounded on west by Oak, on north by 43rd, on east by Rockhill Road.

7. Richard Corliss Photograph Collection Finding Aid Richard Corliss Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1945-1960 Richard Corliss was born in Springfield, Massachussetts, in 1915 and moved to Kansas City in 1944. He worked as a freelance photographer, capturing scenes for sale to local news agencies. His collection...

8. SC56 Westminster Congregational Church Records Finding Aid SC56 Westminster Congregational Church Records Finding Aid 1900-1994 The Westminster Congregational Church, located at 36th and Walnut, Kansas City, Missouri, was dedicated at that address in 1907. It was initially called the Westminster Presbyterian Church but became affiliated...