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Montgomery (9)
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Bridges (3)
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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Aerial View of Bridges Aerial View of Bridges Aerial view looking west of the Paseo, ASB and Hannibal bridges.

2. Aerial View of Fairfax and Municipal Airports Aerial View of Fairfax and Municipal Airports Aerial view, looking south, showing Missouri River, Kansas City skyline, Fairfax Airport (foreground), and Municipal Airport (background).

3. Aerial View of Fairfax and Municipal Airports Aerial View of Fairfax and Municipal Airports Aerial view, looking to south, showing Missouri River, Kansas City skyline, Fairfax Airport (foreground), and Municipal Airport (background).

4. Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies June 27, 1932 Crowd at south end of ASB Bridge during ceremonies at the opening of the six-foot channel between Saint Louis and Kansas City.

5. Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies June 27, 1932 Crowd scene during ceremonies at the opening of the six-foot channel between Saint Louis and Kansas City.

6. Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies June 27, 1932 Dignitaries aboard the "John James" during ceremonies at the opening of the six-foot channel between Saint Louis and Kansas City.

7. Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies June 27, 1932 Dignitaries arriving at crowd scene during ceremonies at the opening of the six-foot channel between Saint Louis and Kansas City.

8. Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies June 27, 1932 Dignitaries arriving at crowd scene during ceremonies at the opening of the six-foot channel between Saint Louis and Kansas City.

9. Missouri River View Missouri River View Distant view of Missouri River from fort.

10. Missouri River View Missouri River View Distant view of Missouri River from fort.

11. Excavation Site Near Riverfront Excavation Site Near Riverfront August 15, 1925 Excavation work east of the ASB Bridge, about 1st to 3rd, Locust to Harrison.

12. Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies June 27, 1932 Full view of the "General Ashburn" and partial view of another boat during ceremonies at the opening of the six-foot channel between Saint Louis and Kansas City.

13. Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies Missouri River Channel Opening Ceremonies June 27, 1932 J. C. Nichols, center, and unidentified men aboard the "John James" during ceremonies at the opening of the six-foot channel between Saint Louis and Kansas City.

14. Missouri River Missouri River 1926 Looking east along the Missouri River from the water, east of the ASB Bridge.

15. ASB Bridge ASB Bridge 1989 Looking east at west side of bridge; also shows Missouri River Queen riverboat.

16. St. Charles Bridge St. Charles Bridge 1890 Looking east from the west bank to St. Charles, Missouri, showing the low bridge and two horse and buggies crossing.

17. Missouri River Missouri River 1993 Looking northeast from foot of Grand at the south bank of the Missouri River. Shows portion of ASB Bridge.

18. Missouri and Kansas Rivers Missouri and Kansas Rivers 1989 Looking northwest at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas rivers.

19. Missouri and Kansas Rivers Missouri and Kansas Rivers 1993 Looking northwest from 8th and Jefferson at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas rivers.

20. Lewis and Clark Point Lewis and Clark Point 1950 Looking northwest from point across West Bottoms into Kansas.