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1. Thomas Mastin Residence Thomas Mastin Residence Architect Stanford White designed the Thomas Mastin home southwest of Armour and Main Streets. Razed in May 1927 by Fred Wolferman who bought the site in 1923 from T. H. Mastin, son of the builder. Mr....

2. Root & Siemens Architectural Firm Root & Siemens Architectural Firm File contains photos, illustrations, and information on the Root & Siemens architectural firm of Kansas City including its partners Walter Root and George Siemens (ca. 1864-1951). Siemens, a native of...

3. Kansas City Construction Industry Kansas City Construction Industry File contains photos and information on the history of the construction industry in Kansas City, with details about structures (buildings, bridges, railroads and streets, and residences, etc.) and their...

4. Courtlandt Van Brunt Residence Courtlandt Van Brunt Residence 9-Sep-32 View from east of the residence of Courtlandt Van Brunt, 1400 Drury Lane. Courtlandt Van Brunt himself, son of Kansas city architect Henry Van Brunt, designed the home.

5. Rose Garden Wall and Gate Rose Garden Wall and Gate 12-Sep-32 Rose garden wall and gate at the Courtlandt Van Brunt Residence, 1400 Drury Lane. Courtland Van Brunt, the architect who designed this house, was the son of architect Henry Van Brunt.

6. Frank Bott Residence Frank Bott Residence File includes a photo of the Bott house designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright, at 3640 Briarcliff Road, Kansas City, North.

7. Wight and Wight Architects Wight and Wight Architects Illustrations and information on Thomas Wight (1874-1949), co-founder of the prominent Kansas City architectural firm of Wight & Wight (originally Wilder & Wight), with residence at 3363 Holmes Street....

8. John Martling John Martling Information on John Martling, an architect in Kansas City from 1886 to 1930 and a native of Neosho, Missouri. Description of his career, designing many residences and apartments (226 West 53rd Street in...

9. William Warner Residence William Warner Residence Photos and information including a nomination form for the National Register for the William Warner (1839-1916) residence at 1021 Pennsylvania Avenue. Description of Warner, a national representative and...

10. Wornall Home Wornall Home File containing a nomination form for the National Register for the Wornall home at 146 West 61st Terrace, facing Wornall Road, with maps and photos. House built in 1858 by John Wornall as (according to...

11. Bernard Corrigan Residence Bernard Corrigan Residence Folder containing a nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places for the residence of Bernard Corrigan (1847-1913), "a contractor, street railway magnate, and real estate speculator" moving...

12. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photo of "two houses at 3207-11 Harrison Boulevard, designed and built by C. E. Shepard" (presumably Clarence, not Charles Shepard). Also description of Shepard's architectural business with offices in...

13. Garden Homes: Planned and Executed by J. C. Nichols Garden Homes: Planned and Executed by J. C. Nichols //1920-1930, ca. Book of Country Club Plaza homes only. Mary Rockwell on the last page of the book. George Fuller Green toward the end of the book. John Van Brunt through the entire book.

14. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Photos of the William Chick Scarritt, or William Scarritt mansion, built in 1888 at 3240 Norledge Avenue and designed by architect John Wellborn Root, or John Root.

15. Westheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program Westheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program //1989 Biographical sketch of Fred Wilson, an architect and "Planning Commission engineer" in 1910s-1920s Kansas City, Kansas working with Selby Kurfiss, Louis Curtiss, George Kessler, and W. W. Rose, with residences...

16. The Amazing Nelle E. Peters The Amazing Nelle E. Peters //199? Photos and article about Nelle Peters (1884-1974), "one of Kansas City's most successful architects" and "responsible for the design of over 1,000 buildings" including "[t]he 'literary block' or 'poets'...

17. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of S. E. Chamberlain, an architect from Ohio moving to Kansas City in 1878, superintendent of buildings in Kansas City from 1889 to 1891, and designing City Hall and "[m]any of the handsomest...

18. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Rudolph Heim, "a well-known architect of St. Joseph," who was born in Germany in 1874 and emigrated to Saint Joseph, Missouri, in 1888. He became an architect in 1897, with his work...

19. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Edmond Eckel, "one of the best known architects in the west, throughout which he has many public buildings, school houses, churches, business blocks and residences," born in France...

20. Architectural Drawing of Unknown Residence Architectural Drawing of Unknown Residence 1907 Architectural pencil drawing (16 in. x 29 in.) of an unknown residence. Done by architect John Van Brunt, December 1907. House is a three-story stone and stucco structure.