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1. Briefs Briefs July-August//1986 Short notice of the plans "to restore and preserve Roanoke Court, a group of seven historically significant apartment buildings" at 3659-3689 Summit Road.

2. Business: NEWS Is News for Paper Network Business: NEWS Is News for Paper Network March//1977 Photo and article about Newspaper Electronics Corporation at 3225 Roanoke Road, a young but fast-growing computer firm with word processing technology spreading to many newspapers, headed by president...

3. Coleman Highlands Is Hard to Find but Worth the Trip Coleman Highlands Is Hard to Find but Worth the Trip May//1976 Concise article describing the location, nature, and zoning for single-family residences in the small residential district "on the bluffs north of Roanoke Park," between 31st, 35th, Holly, and Southwest...

4. Designers' Showcase to Be in Roanoke Area Designers' Showcase to Be in Roanoke Area February 1977 Aticle about the eighth Designers' Showhouse, at 1008 Valentine Road, a Victorian mansion built in 1901-1902 for the family of Llewellyn James, general counsel for the Armour Packing Company and later...

5. Discovering the Past Discovering the Past May//1976 Mention of Roanoke Park as the site of the Kansas City Inter-State Fairgrounds.

6. Discovering the Past Discovering the Past May//1976 Some history of the Roanoke Park area of Westport.

7. Edgy Brilliance Edgy Brilliance May 2008 Drawings and article about the construction of the new Plaza West Edge multi-use development in the Country Club Plaza. The project owner and CEO of Bernstein-Rein Advertising, Bob Bernstein, "wanted the...

8. Favored Historic Neighborhood Marks 100 Years Favored Historic Neighborhood Marks 100 Years October 2007 A brief history of the Coleman Highlands neighborhood established in 1869 by William T. Coleman. The neighborhood is located just south of Roanoke Park between 31st, 35th, Holly, and Southwest Trafficways....

9. Just off The Beaten Path: Historical Roanoke Just off The Beaten Path: Historical Roanoke June 2003 Brief history of the establishment of the Roanoke neighborhood developed by the Roanoke Investment Company from 1900-1920. Historical Kansas City personalities such as Muehlbach, Volker, Jarboe, and Benton...

10. Let Icons Be Icons Let Icons Be Icons February, 2005 Article describes plans for a development on the West Edge of the Country Club Plaza that will be home to both Bernstein-Rein Advertising and the Museum of Advertising Icons. The 2.4 acre site along 48th...

11. Mini Mission Hills Mini Mission Hills April 2009 Profile of the Villas at Plaza West, seven, four-story villas located at 46th Street and Roanoke Parkway, just west of the Country Club Plaza. The townhomes are maintenance-free and available in three...

12. Missouri Homes: Decking the Halls Missouri Homes: Decking the Halls December//1981 Photos and article about the residence of Terry Patterson, "the wife of the Lyric Opera's founder and general director, Russell Patterson." Description of the "three-story Georgian colonial" house "in...

13. Muralist Tom Benton's Home Open to Public Muralist Tom Benton's Home Open to Public April-June 1983 Article about "the opening to the public of the Thomas Hart Benton home and studio as a state historic site," describing the home at 3616 Belleview Boulevard in the Roanoke residential district and its...

14. New Residence for L. E. James New Residence for L. E. James July//1901 Description of the new home of L. E. James located in the Roanoke area. The architect of the home is William W. Rose and George L. Brown and Son are the general contractors. It is anticipated to cost $40,000...

15. Portrait of the Artist as a Family Man Portrait of the Artist as a Family Man November//1984 File contains an article about Thomas Hart Benton and his wife Rita Benton and their home at 3616 Belleview Boulevard, "the oldest home in the Roanoke area," built in 1903-1904 and opened as a Missouri...

16. Residence For James Haggart Residence For James Haggart December//1900 Line sketch drawing of the residence for James Haggart in the Roanoke Addition of Kansas City, Missouri.

17. Roanoke Park Roanoke Park June//1976 News of the renovation of the facilities of Roanoke Park, mentioned as "once the site of the Kansas City Inter-State Fairgrounds and. ..the Fairyland of the 1880's [sic]."

18. Street Cleaning: Brush-Mowing Grader Street Cleaning: Brush-Mowing Grader May 1972 Photo and description of the "Galion grader" for street cleaning re-tooled by the Kansas City Public Works Department with "a Roanoke Robot mower" for removal of brush on the sides of city streets.

19. The Friends of Roanoke Park The Friends of Roanoke Park July//1981 Article about the restoration of a park by cooperation between the city government and area residents, in this case Sue McCord-Belzer.

20. Thomas Hart Benton: Painting in Photographs Thomas Hart Benton: Painting in Photographs September 2008 Feature article describing Thomas Hart Benton and his work. Gives a brief history, discusses some of his famous works, and describes Benton’s studio and home located in the Roanoke district.