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1. Biography of Mary Rockwell Hook (1877-1978), Architect Biography of Mary Rockwell Hook (1877-1978), Architect 2007

2. 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....

3. 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.

4. Kansas City Architects Kansas City Architects November/26/1899 Article about the architects and architectural firms of Louis Curtiss, Frederick Hill, Shepard & Farrar, Root & Siemens, and Frederick Crosby Gunn, or Frederick Gunn.

5. Monuments to St. Joseph's Golden Age Monuments to St. Joseph's Golden Age September-October//1974 Article about the architectural "golden age" of Saint Joseph, Missouri, describing the mostly residential structures designed in the late 1800s and early 1900s by architects Edmund J. Eckel and Harvey...

6. Wright House, Right Time Wright House, Right Time January/February 2008 Article and photo lay-out featuring one of two homes that Frank Lloyd Wright designed located in this area. This home was built in 1940 for Clarence Sondern and featured flat roofs and multiple French...

7. Adapting Architectural Style to the Needs of a Locality Adapting Architectural Style to the Needs of a Locality March//1917 Article by Harbourne Belcher of the firm of Shepard & Belcher, architects of Kansas City, about addressing the needs of "domestic architecture," giving examples in the Country Club District and Mission...

8. Early Kansas City Architects: "Violence in the Ranks" Early Kansas City Architects: "Violence in the Ranks" December//1977 Biographical article about architect Albert Ramsden, killed in 1888, possibly by architectural colleague John Martling. Photo and description of perhaps his only local design, "Judge Shannon Douglass'...

9. A Kansas City Architect, Phillip Drotts A Kansas City Architect, Phillip Drotts July-August 1983 Biographical article about architect Phillip Drotts, working in Kansas City from 1904 until the early 1950s, "the designer of some of the city's outstanding structures." Photos and description of his career,...

10. A Kansas City Architect: Edgar Faris A Kansas City Architect: Edgar Faris August-September//1981 Biographical article about Edgar Faris (1882-1945), a Kansas City architect with extant works dating between 1908 and 1925, before moving to Miami in 1926, gaining "a national reputation as a landscape...

11. The Last Work of Louis Curtiss The Last Work of Louis Curtiss June 1964 Biographical article about Kansas City architect Louis Curtiss (1865-1924), designer of his last work, the Harry Miller, Sr. residence at 2204 Washington Boulevard in Kansas City, Kansas in 1921.

12. The Napoleon of Southtown: His Name Was N. W. Dible and He Built Houses, Thousands of Houses The Napoleon of Southtown: His Name Was N. W. Dible and He Built Houses, Thousands of Houses July//1985 Biographical article about Napoleon Dible, or N. W. Dible, a "pioneer in the field of speculative housing," designer or builder of "5,000 homes built here [in south Kansas City] from 1905 until his death...

13. Charles Smith, Kansas City Architect Charles Smith, Kansas City Architect June 11, 1905 Biographical sketch of Charles Ashley Smith, or Charles Smith (1866-1948), a prominent Kansas City architect. Native of Ohio coming to Kansas City, Missouri, in 1887 as a draftsman for architect William...

14. Westheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program Westheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program 1989 Biographical sketch of Charles Keyser, "the most prominent architect in Kansas City, Kansas from the mid 1920s up until the beginning of World War II," designing residences, business buildings, and churches,...

15. 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...

16. Edward Buehler Edward Buehler 1989 Biographical sketch of Edward Buehler "Ned" Delk, or Edward Delk (1885-1956), an architect from New York starting his practice in Philadelphia in 1913. Description of his career in Kansas City, starting...

17. 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...

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. Victor Defoe Victor Defoe 1989 Biographical sketch of Victor Defoe, an architect born in 1892 in Mexico into a French Canadian family. Description of his career in Kansas City from 1907 to 1940, starting as an architect while working...

20. 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.