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81. Robert L. M'Bride Dies Robert L. M'Bride Dies February/1/1954 File containing an obituary for Robert McBride, a native and architect of Independence, Missouri dying at the age of 89 after designing the city hall and many schools and residences there.

82. Roger Gilman Roger Gilman December 22, 1931 Roger Gilman was the architect of the Dickey residence at 5100 Rockhill Road. Roger Gilman, architect, is listed in the Kansas City city directories as follows: 1913 at 1011 Gloyd Building Office 1916...

83. 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...

84. 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.

85. Selby Kurfiss Selby Kurfiss January 14, 1949 Picture and information on Selby Kurfiss (ca. 1872-1949), a Kansas City architect residing at 320 North Chelsea Avenue and designing several residences as well as the Gillis Building, the Arthur Bryant...

86. Southtown History: Where They Lived Southtown History: Where They Lived August//1985 Photos and biographical description of Mary Rockwell Hook, or Mary Hook (1877-1978), a resident of southern Kansas City (on Summit Street) and architect of several local homes often made from recycled...

87. T. J. Green Residence T. J. Green Residence September 1912 Photo of the T. J. Green residence at the southwest corner of 53rd and Belleview Boulevards, designed by architect James Oliver Hogg, or James Hogg.

88. 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'...

89. 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...

90. 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...

91. The Development of Architecture in Kansas City, Missouri The Development of Architecture in Kansas City, Missouri February//1904 Discussion of early Kansas City architecture, with photos of the Board of Trade building, Coates House, residence of William Rockhill Nelson, Willis Wood Theater, etc. Includes residences and churches....

92. The Kauffmans The Kauffmans May//1971 Includes a photo and description of the Kauffman residence at Ensley and Mission Drives, referred to as the "Royal Castle" (designed by architect Edward Tanner "for oilman Ernest C. Winters"), Kauffman...

93. 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.

94. 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...

95. 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.

96. 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...

97. 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.'"...

98. 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...

99. 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...

100. 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....