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1. Wright Touch Is Open House Lure Wright Touch Is Open House Lure January 7, 1963 Photos and biographical article about nationally prominent architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) and his recent design of the Frank Bott "a Kansas City, Kansas, dairyman," residence at 3640 Briarcliff...

2. 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...

3. Wright & Wrong Wright & Wrong April/13/1992 File containing an article with photos, map, and biographical description of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), "the father of the Prairie School of Design" and architect of three buildings in Kansas City...

4. 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...

5. Within the House: Glimpses into Notable Kansas City Homes Within the House: Glimpses into Notable Kansas City Homes July/13/1913 Illustrations and article about the residence of architect Joseph Heim, or J. J. Heim, at 51st and Broadway, with interior scenes showing antique furniture, etc.

6. 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...

7. William E. Harris, Architect William E. Harris, Architect April-May//1898 Description of the architect William Harris, with a house building specialty.

8. 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....

9. What Wright Wrought in Kansas City What Wright Wrought in Kansas City December-January//1964 Photos and biographical article about Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), or Frank Wright, a famous American architect designing three Kansas City area buildings starting at the age of 70, including the Clarence...

10. 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,...

11. 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...

12. W. M. Fible's New English Type Home Has a Unique Plan W. M. Fible's New English Type Home Has a Unique Plan April/3/1921 Illustrations and caption about "the new home of William M. Fible, an English type residence at 823 West [55th Street], overlooking the golf links of the Kansas City Country Club," and designed by architect...

13. 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...

14. 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....

15. This Castle Not in Spain This Castle Not in Spain September/9/1909 Illustration and article about the new castle-like mansion built for Dr. Flavel Tiffany at Garfield and Cliff Drives, designed by architect Clifton Sloan and constructed of rock quarried at 2nd Street...

16. These Commodious Houses Added to Kansas City's Residential District These Commodious Houses Added to Kansas City's Residential District September/22/1935 Photos, illustration, and caption about three new houses in Kansas City: (1) the Earl Fleet ( a TWA pilot) residence at 6125 Morningside Drive, (2) the M. J. Henderson (probate judge) residence (designed...

17. The Van Brunt Legacy The Van Brunt Legacy September 1987 Photos and biographical article about Adriance Van Brunt (1836-1913) and John Van Brunt (1855-1924), architect brothers from New Jersey and "designers of 5306 Sunset Drive, this year's A. S. I. D. 'Home-of-the-Year.'"...

18. The Southern Architect: First Annual Review of the Architectural Exhibit The Southern Architect: First Annual Review of the Architectural Exhibit September//1912 Photos of the E. H. L. Thompson residence at 630 East Armour Boulevard in 1903 and 1905, with landscaping designed by architects Hare & Hare.

19. The Southern Architect: First Annual Review of the Architectural Exhibit The Southern Architect: First Annual Review of the Architectural Exhibit September 1912 Booklet of architecture displaying local architecture by the following architects: (1) Carl Boller; (2) Owen & Payson; (3) Louis Curtiss; (4) Root & Siemens; (5) Roger Gilman; (6) John Van Brunt; (7) Fred...

20. 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...