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1. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Photo and short description of the Pacific House hotel at 401-407 Delaware Street, headquarters of General Ewing in the Civil War, designed by architect Asa Beebe Cross.

2. Pacific House Pacific House n.d. Corner and street view of the Pacific House hotel building located at 4th and Delaware. Identified in scrapbook as “Palatial Pacific Houseâ€.

3. Pacific House Hotel Pacific House Hotel February/5/1905 Drawings of the hotel at 4th and Delaware, built in ca1861, with discussion about other old hotels.

4. Pacific House Hotel Pacific House Hotel Brief description given of the Pacific House hotel in a nomination form for the National Register, item 7, page 3.

5. Pacific House Hotel Pacific House Hotel 1869 Full frontal and side view; located on southeast corner of 4th and Delaware.

6. Pacific House Hotel Pacific House Hotel 1915 Full frontal and side view.

7. Pacific House Hotel Pacific House Hotel 1989 Front frontal and partial side view; shows Afterglow as ground floor tenant.

8. The Industries of Kansas City: Facts, Figures and Illustrations The Industries of Kansas City: Facts, Figures and Illustrations //1879 Origin and general description of the building at 4th and Delaware Streets, built in 1860.

9. United Chemical Company United Chemical Company 1950 Photo and history of the building, by 1950 the home of the United Chemical Company, "having originally been the famous Pacific Hotel of Civil War days, among whose guests were numbered Gran, Lincoln and...