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1. Fall of 11 Stories Kills an Executive: Edwin C. Hogueland Fatally Injured in Tragedy at Harzfeld Store Fall of 11 Stories Kills an Executive: Edwin C. Hogueland Fatally Injured in Tragedy at Harzfeld Store March/28/1961 Photo and story of the life and death of Edwin Hogueland (~1909-1961), "a vice president and treasurer of Harzfeld's" Downtown clothing store at Main and Petticoat Lane, falling to his death at the age...

2. It Happened in Kansas City It Happened in Kansas City April/24/1940

3. Not All about Women Not All about Women May/5/1953 Article about the origin of the name of Petticoat Lane--11th Street from Walnut to Main Streets--in an 1890s poem by Minne McIntyre.

4. Poetic Origin of Petticoat Lane Poetic Origin of Petticoat Lane January/3/1959 Article about the origin of the name of Petticoat Lane--11th Street from Walnut to Main Street--in an 1890s poem by Minne McIntyre.

5. Send in the Crowns Send in the Crowns November 22, 2004 The Zona Rosa shopping center plans to recreate the Christmas crowns that once were hung between major intersections in the downtown area. The article gives statistics and dimensions about the old ones...

6. Where Did the Name for the Lillis Building Come From? Where Did the Name for the Lillis Building Come From? November 10, 1996 The name came from James F. Lillis, Sr., who bought the 10-story building on Petticoat Lane (11th Street between Main and Walnut streets) from the Kansas City Boys Home in 1927. Lillis became the new name...

7. Women Rule These Streets: The Daily Scene on Petticoat Lane, the Shopper's Mecca Women Rule These Streets: The Daily Scene on Petticoat Lane, the Shopper's Mecca April/29/1908 Illustration and description of the appearance and behavior of women and men in the busy shopping area of Petticoat Lane, including comments on women's hat fashions.