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1. Beecher Ladies of Quality Hill Beecher Ladies of Quality Hill 1950 Paper about the Beecher sisters--Agnes Beecher Allen and Grace Susan Beecher, nieces of Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe--on Quality Hill and their home at 1313 Pennsylvania Avenue.

2. Blossom Residence Blossom Residence File contains a newspaper clipping and other material on the Major George Newton Blossom mansion at 1032 Pennsylvania in Quality Hill.

3. Brief History of Historic Preservation in Kansas City Brief History of Historic Preservation in Kansas City May-June//1982 Comprehensive article about the history of architectural preservation in Kansas City and the nation, with most efforts beginning after the 1960s, including Quality Hill, but the first probably the 1922...

4. Carrie Reeder House Restoration into Final Phases Carrie Reeder House Restoration into Final Phases February 1978 Article about the restoration of the Carrie Reeder (its resident in 1886) home at 1308 Pennsylvania Street, the new "home of the Electric Association of Missouri and Kansas," with photos. Work on the house...

5. In Memoriam: Sarah Walter Chandler Coates In Memoriam: Sarah Walter Chandler Coates 1898? Photos of the Coates homestead at the "southwest corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Tenth Street."

6. Kersey Coates Residence Kersey Coates Residence

7. Monroe and Lefebvre Office Building Monroe and Lefebvre Office Building 1968 Frontal view of the offices of Monroe and Lefebvre Architects, Inc., located at 1021 Pennsylvania. Monroe and Lefebvre received an award for their ''creative reconstruction and preservation'' of the building....

8. Old Homes Remaining on Quality Hill Soon to Be Demolished Old Homes Remaining on Quality Hill Soon to Be Demolished October//1962 Story of two adjacent homes of members of the Fisher family on Quality Hill at 701 and 711 Pennsylvania Avenue, scheduled for demolition in area redevelopment plans. Photos and history of Quality Hill,...

9. Old Mansion an Office: Quality Hill Residence Is Refurbished Old Mansion an Office: Quality Hill Residence Is Refurbished Summer//1969 Article about the refurbishment of the William Warner residence at 1021 Pennsylvania Avenue ("as the offices of Monroe and Lefebvre, Architects, Inc."), built in 1868, with history and biography of Major...

10. Quality Hill Quality Hill

11. Quality Hill Area Quality Hill Area 1956 View looking toward the northeast and identified as 701-07 Pennsylvania Avenue, located in the Quality Hill area just west of downtown Kansas City.

12. Quality Hill Area Quality Hill Area 1956 Portion of Pennsylvania Avenue in the Quality Hill area. Identified on back as: "3rd house from right-Fisher home at 711 Penn, K.C., Mo. - M.R."

13. Quality Hill Area Quality Hill Area 1956 View of Pennsylvania Avenue in the Quality Hill area, looking toward the north/northeast. Back of photograph reads: "711 Penn home of James E. Fisher and Annie Taylor Fisher, their first home. My mother,...

14. Quality Hill First Quarters of the University Club Quality Hill First Quarters of the University Club Fall//1981 Photos and article about the history of the University Club, "started during the boom of 1886" with its first quarters opened in 1902 at the "[o]ld Armour residence which stood at 1216 Broadway on Quality...

15. The General Devol House The General Devol House September//1960 Article includes photo and caption about the house located in Quality Hill at 10th and Pennsylvania Avenue, built in the 1870s. Also concerning its possible preservation in Lewis Kitchen's real estate...