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21. 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...

22. Col. D. B. Dyer Residence Col. D. B. Dyer Residence September 1912 Photo of the Colonel Daniel Dyer residence, designed by architect James Oliver Hogg, or James Hogg.

23. 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.

24. Cowherd Built Homes: "The Standard of Value Cowherd Built Homes: "The Standard of Value 1923 Illustration of the "home of L. W. Summerwell, 5535 Garfield" Avenue, designed by Carl Russell, architect.

25. Deaths: Galen V. R. Gloyd Dies Deaths: Galen V. R. Gloyd Dies June/28/1962 Photo and obituary for Galen Gloyd, "78, of 16 East [68th Street]," a retired United States Army Corps of Engineer architect. Native of Illinois coming to Kansas City about 1909 and designing "the home...

26. Deaths: Harry L. Wagner Deaths: Harry L. Wagner August/3/1973 Obituary for architect Harry Wagner, designer of "several hundred" homes in the Country Club Plaza District, as well as some churches and the remodeling of Municipal Stadium.

27. Early Kansas City Architect Dies Early Kansas City Architect Dies March-April 1988 Tribute to architect Elizabeth Rivard (ca. 1899-1988) upon her death on February 9, 1988. Awarded first architectural award of its kind in 1930, only because identity as a woman was unknown.

28. Early Kansas City Architect: A Liberated Woman Early Kansas City Architect: A Liberated Woman April//1978 Photos and biographical article about Nelle Peters (1884-1974), a prolific architect (pictured) specializing in apartments and hotels in Kansas City and also designing churches, hotels, residences, and...

29. Early Kansas City Architects: Early Kansas City Architects: February//1978 Photos and biographical article about the father and daughter architectural team of Dr. James Stewart (1852-1920) and his daughter Carrie Stewart. Description of James as a native of Indiana coming to...

30. 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'...

31. Early Kansas City Architects: Adriance and John Van Brunt Early Kansas City Architects: Adriance and John Van Brunt April-May//1979 Photos and biographical article about Adriance Van Brunt (1836-1913) and John Van Brunt (1855-1924), brothers and architects not related to fellow Kansas City architects Henry Van Brunt and Courtlandt...

32. Early Kansas City Architects: Alice G. Jackson Early Kansas City Architects: Alice G. Jackson June-July, 1979 Photo and biographical article about Alice Jackson, an early woman architect in Kansas City. She was born in Illinois in 1863 and did not start her architectural career until she was almost 50 years old....

33. Early Kansas City Architects: George Carman Early Kansas City Architects: George Carman February-March 1980 Photos and biographical article about George Carman, a local architect designing the Gem Theater (1615-17 East 18th Street), Kansas City Journal Building (300 E. 8th Street), and many houses.

34. Early Kansas City Architects: Homemaker Par Excellence Early Kansas City Architects: Homemaker Par Excellence June 1978 Photos and biographical article about Elizabeth Evans Rivard, a contemporary woman architect of Nelle Peters in Kansas City, designing mainly homes from about 1923 to 1933. Description of her life and...

35. Early Kansas City Architects: Horace LaPierre Early Kansas City Architects: Horace LaPierre October-November//1979 Photos and biographical article about Horace LaPierre, an artistic architect specializing in residential designs in Kansas City.

36. Early Kansas City Architects: Selby Kurfiss Early Kansas City Architects: Selby Kurfiss August-September//1979 Photos and biographical article about architect Selby Kurfiss, a native of Kentucky coming to Kansas City by 1891 "as a draftsman for Adriance Van Brunt," dying in 1949. Description of his career, designing...

37. Early Kansas City Architects: Van Brunt and Howe Early Kansas City Architects: Van Brunt and Howe December//1978 Photo and biographical article about Henry Van Brunt (1836-1903) and Frank Howe (1849-1909), partners in the Kansas City architectural firm of Van Brunt & Howe, established here in 1885. Van Brunt a native...

38. 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...

39. Edward Dickinson Residence Edward Dickinson Residence September 1, 1912 Photos of the Edward Dickinson residence at 52nd and Madison Streets, designed by architects A. Van Brunt & Company.

40. Edward George Residence Edward George Residence September 1912 Photo of the Edward George residence at 4556 Walnut Street, designed by architects A. Van Brunt & Company.