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1. Amateur or Professional, the Arts Flourish--Fairway: Reinhardt Home Is Painted for City Hall Amateur or Professional, the Arts Flourish--Fairway: Reinhardt Home Is Painted for City Hall November/3/1976 Article about the painting by artist Mary Campbell (for placement in the Fairway city hall) of the newly-restored 1879 farm home of Philip Reinhardt (ca. 1834-1921) next to the site of the former Kansas...

2. Last of Rancher's 1,000-Acre Empire Disappears in New Housing Development Last of Rancher's 1,000-Acre Empire Disappears in New Housing Development April/10/1952 Biographical article about Henry Coppock, a "fabulous cattle baron" and the demolition of his former "big brick house and unusual barn" once with a windmill, torn down to make way for a residential development....

3. Picturesque Kansas City "Family Garden" That Passed Out with the Adoption of the Prohibition Amendment Picturesque Kansas City "Family Garden" That Passed Out with the Adoption of the Prohibition Amendment February/10/1929 Illustration and text of the mansion and adjoining "wine garden" of the Muehlebach family at 41st and State Line Roads.

4. Spring Building Activity Spring Building Activity March/31/1901 Article about the new residential construction boom in Kansas City, describing the new and varying styles of architecture and methods of construction contrasting with simpler designs of the city in the...

5. Spring Building Activity Spring Building Activity March/31/1901 Illustrations and descriptions of the following residences new in Kansas City in 1901: (1) Dr. E. L. Henderson at 26th and Forest Avenue, designed by A. B. Anderson; (2) A. E. Holmes at Valentine and Roanoke...

6. Still Hope to Rebuild Old Home Still Hope to Rebuild Old Home June 2, 1976 Article about "[t]he fight to rebuild the wagonmaster's house" (formerly at 63rd and Nieman Roads in Shawnee, Kansas) by the Shawnee Historical Society, "built in 1853 by two English rock masons, Jack...

7. Sunset Hill School Sunset Hill School March/16/1919 Article describing the former home of J. W. Aylor, "soon to be the permanent home of the Sunset Hill School," with illustration, at the northwest corner of 51st and Wornall Roads, built in 1912 by Shepard,...

8. The Walnuts, Bought from W. N. Robinson by James McNamara The Walnuts, Bought from W. N. Robinson by James McNamara November/19/1922 Illustration and article about the sale of the Tudor style home of Wallace Robinson, called "The Walnuts," at the northeast corner of 51st and Wornall Roads to James McNamara, co-owner of "the company...

9. Within the House: Glimpses into Notable Kansas City Homes Within the House: Glimpses into Notable Kansas City Homes July/20/1913 Illustrations and article about the W. E. Halsell residence at 57th Street and State Line Roads, built in 1912 "by Mr. R. J. Thorne" and called "Fairlawn." Depiction of its antiques and other interior...