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Arthur Mastick Hyde
Kansas City Planning C...
File containing two pamphlets by Arthur Hyde (1877~1947), governor of Missouri in the 1920s, directed to the Missouri legislature and concerning schools, roads, election laws, consolidation of state government...
File contains a manuscript with map and history of the Boone school (built in 1832 by descendants of Daniel Boone) in rural Jackson County at 89th and Wornall Roads and nearby schools between 99th, 85th,...
Boone's Lick Road
Maps, illustrations, and information on Boone's Lick Road, a 19th century road connecting the Saint Louis or Saint Charles area to Old Franklin, Missouri, and continuing on to Kansas City as the Santa...
Photos, illustrations, and information on the Bridger-Chouteau building at Pennsylvania and Westport Roads, built in the (probably the early) 1850s and possibly the oldest extant building in Westport or...
Broadway Methodist Church
Photos and information on the Broadway Methodist Church at 74th and Wornall Roads in Kansas City, including church programs.
Brookside Shopping Center
Information about the Brookside district as a mixed-use shopping center and residential district at about 63rd and Brookside Boulevard (between Main and Wornall Roads). Description of its history, established...
Calvary Baptist Church
Photos, illustrations, and information on the town of Dallas, Missouri, near the site of Watts Mill the later area of Kansas City, Missouri around 103rd and State Line Roads.
Hartman Residential District
May 1, 1905
Page of the booklet describing housing, population, schools, and recreation for the area between 75th, Troost, city limits, and Wornall Roads, with map on the inside cover.
Johnson County Historical Museum
File contains information on the Johnson County Historical Museum in Shawnee, Kansas, at 63rd and Lackman Roads, with map and illustrations.
Kansas City Mass Transit
File contains clippings, brochures, newsletters, etc. about Kansas City public transportation.
Kansas City University
File contains photos, illustrations, maps, and information on the University of Kansas City, or Kansas City University (the latter also the name of a university in Kansas City, Kansas, in the 1920s), founded...
Kissick and Son Construction Company
May 12, 1905
File includes a reprint from the Mid-West Contractor, September 2, 1959 issue which features the Kissick and Son Construction Company headed by Lloyd J. Kissick, Sr. and Jr. The article is entitled "The...
Photos, illustrations, and information on Loose Park at 51st and Wornall Roads, formerly the site of the Kansas City Country Club and named for local philanthropist Jacob Loose.
Loren Grant Middaugh
Photos, illustrations, and information on Loren Grant Middaugh, or Loren Middaugh, commonly known as L. Grant Middaugh (ca. 1841-1930), a Kansas City architect for 42 years, with residence at 3700 Roberts...
Louis A. Ruhl School
File contains a manuscript about the history of the Ruhl School, built on the former Alexander Majors estate after donation of its site by owner A. Louis Ruhl (1857-1936). Description of A. Louis Ruhl...
New Santa Fe Historical Society
Information on the New Santa Fe Historical Society, "formed in the Old New Santa Fe area around 122nd and State Line" Roads in 1977.
New Santa Fe, Missouri
File contains short paper about the history of the town of New Santa Fe in southwestern Jackson County, in Washington Township at about 125th and State Line Roads, going back to the 1830s.
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