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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. 39th Street 39th Street Looking east along 39th from Main.

2. 47th and Main 47th and Main 1955 47th and Main, looking east and south to 49th.

3. A Midtown Renaissance A Midtown Renaissance May//1976 Article about the revitalization of Westport and/or Midtown Kansas City, including business organizations and neighborhood associations reclaiming the area after decades of post-war suburban flight, through...

4. Aerial View of 26th and Broadway Aerial View of 26th and Broadway circa 1920s Aerial view looking northeast from 26th & Broadway. Included in view are Union Station and Penn Valley Park.

5. Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri April 1964 Aerial photograph of one square mile of Kansas City, Missouri showing the area from 27th to 35th Streets and Broadway Boulevard to Troost Avenue including Main Street, Linwood Boulevard, Armour Boulevard,...

6. Aerial View of Union Station Aerial View of Union Station circa 1920s Aerial view from west side of Union Station, looking east. Rahe's Auto and Tractor School in in view on upper left.

7. Aines Farm Dairy Building Aines Farm Dairy Building June 15, 2008 National Register of Historic Places nomination for Aines Farm Dairy Building, or Foremost Dairy Building, at 3110-3130 Gillham Road, includes description, photographs, and history.

8. Almost-Home Cooking Almost-Home Cooking August//1988 Review of restaurants in Midtown and Downtown.

9. Ambrosi Brothers--A Cut Above Ambrosi Brothers--A Cut Above January, 2004 Article describes the history of the Ambrosi Brothers Cutlery Company, a Midtown fixture. The Ambrosi Family emmigrated from Italy to the United States in 1957, and began sharpening knives out of the back...

10. Back From the 'Burbs: Tales of Central City Fancy and Suburban Flight Back From the 'Burbs: Tales of Central City Fancy and Suburban Flight December//1999 Photos and article about the return to "the city" by former suburbanites in the Greater Kansas City area.

11. Baltimore Avenue Baltimore Avenue 1999 Street level view of the west side of 2221 Baltimore looking north. This area is in the Crossroads Arts District located in Kansas City's midtown area. Sign in view reads "Opie Brush Co."

12. Barclay Building Barclay Building 1993 Partial frontal view of the Barclay building designed by architect Robert Gornall in the late 1920s located on the east side of Broadway between 36th and Valentine Road. The building to the left was called...

13. Broadway Boulevard Broadway Boulevard 1993 Looking southeast along the east side of Broadway between 36th and Valentine Road.

14. Broadway Boulevard Broadway Boulevard July 14, 1947 Looking north along Broadway from 37th.

15. Broadway Boulevard Broadway Boulevard July 14, 1947 Looking south along Broadway from Armour.

16. Broadway's Bouncing Broadway's Bouncing February 18, 2009 Article describes $65 million in redevelopment projects along a four-block stretch of Broadway between 34th and 37th streets. The largest of the projects is a major expansion of Metropolitan Community...

17. Broadway's Busy Vista Broadway's Busy Vista January/4/1959 Article with a large photo of Broadway Boulevard's path between Downtown and the Plaza, regarding its role as "Kansas City's most prominent north-south artery" and its importance in the Midtown stability...

18. Building Kids' Hoop Dreams Building Kids' Hoop Dreams February/10-16/2000 Describes plans by Christopher Harris to build a sports complex at 40th and Wayne.

19. Business: Young Promoters Plan New Life for Uptown Business: Young Promoters Plan New Life for Uptown September 1979 Story of the restoration of the Uptown Theater, first opened in 1928, by NeoSpace Productions, Incorporated, including a new lighting system, sound system, and closed circuit video system.

20. City Tears Down Signs City Tears Down Signs February/10/1929 Article about the city government's new zoning policy of enforcing the removal of unauthorized signs, led by City Manager McElroy, showing the dismantling of signboards at 39th and Main Streets.