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National Register of Historic Places Update
Brief listing of the latest additions to the National Register of Historic Places from the Kansas City metro area. The list with pictures includes:
Valentine Hotel on Broadway at 3724 Broadway,...
Nazarene Publishing House
View of the Nazarene Publishing House, located at 2923 Troost. The landscaping pictured here, designed by M. A. Lunn, received an award for enhancing the 29th and Troost area.
Nob Hill Apartments
View of the Nob Hill Apartments, located at 9422 Cleveland Ave. Herbert Duncan Associates received an award for their design.
North Patrol Division Facilities
Facilities of the North Patrol Division of the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, 1001 NW Barry Road. The station, designed by architect Tom Devine, received a design award for being a startling...
Notre Dame Place
Notre Dame Place, located at 3730 Locust. The architecture firm of Herbert E. Duncan Associates received a design award for imaginative use of spaces and levels for multi-family residences for its work...
Nursery for Baby Animals Building
Frontal view of the Nursery for Baby Animals at the Swope Park Zoo, designed by architect Dan Sutton.
Office Building at 1730 Walnut
Facade of a building, awarded for outstanding office building restoration, located at 1730 Walnut. At the time of the photograph, the building was owned by Mr. and Mrs. Burton Canfield.
Office Building Facade
Facade of the Interstate Commercial Investments Building, located at 1001 W. 43rd St., including the storefront of the salon 2001: A Haircutting Odyssey. Architect Larry Swearingen received an award for...
Office of Frederick Truog and Associates
Full view of the office of Frederick Truog and Associates, Architects, at 43rd and Madison. The building, designed by Frederick Truog and Jim Handley, was awarded for utilizing an unfinished church basement...
Palace Clothing Company Building
View of the Palace Clothing Company Building, located on the northwest corner of the intersection of 12th Street and Main. Gastinger Rees Walker Architects received an award for their work restoring the...
Parkway 600 Grill
View looking northwest of Parkway 600 Grill (600 Ward Parkway). Architects Peckham Guyton Albers & Viets, Inc. (PGAV) received an award for sensitive understanding of spatial relationships in the Country...
Paul Hamilton Company Sign
Full frontal view of a sign for the Paul Hamilton Company. Stanley Edmister received an award for meritorious design in real estate advertising for his creation of this sign.
Penn Park Medical Center Building
Partial view of the Penn Park Medical Center Building, located at 2929 Baltimore. The building, designed by architect William M. Conrad and Herbert E. Duncan Architects, Inc., was awarded for site planning...
Penn Valley Community College Courtyard
View of courtyard on the campus of Penn Valley Community College. Architects Marshal and Brown received an award for its design.
Pennsylvania Avenue Residence
Full frontal view of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Moseman, located at 3649 Pennsylvania. Mark L. Moseman was awarded for design in the restoration of the home.
Phillips 66 Service Station
View of the Phillips 66 station located at the intersection of Gregory and Wornall Roads. Phillips Oil and the J. C. Nichols Company received an award for their design of this site.
Pomona Court on the Country Club Plaza
View looking north of Pomona Court and the Woolf Brothers Store on the Country Club Plaza (325 Nichols Road). McArthur-Jarchow Architects received an award for the design of an attractive space for pedestrians...
Portfolio of Photographs, Elevations and Plans of Buildings
Book of photos, and, toward the back of the book, floor plans.
Premier Pendleton Heights Victorian
September 29, 2004
Chosen for the "Feature Home" column in this issue. The house is located at 508 Garfield in the Pendelton Heights neighborhood. It was originally designed by James W. Bryan and built by Charles Balcom...
Professional Parks Plaza
View of the Professional Parks Plaza. Architect Frank Vest received an award for his design of this office complex, which was commended for incorporating rolling ground in a large open space.
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