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1. Automobiles, Home and Shed Automobiles, Home and Shed n.d. Automobiles, home and shed in the area of Southwest Trafficway and Roanoke Road north of Westport Road.

2. 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...

3. Designers' Showhouse XIX Designers' Showhouse XIX 1988 Two-page paper on the 19th Designers' Showhouse showcasing the residence of Herbert P. Wright at 3735 Belleview Avenue. The house was built in 1913, designed by architect Clarence Shepard, and listed "on...

4. Family Home Back in Family Family Home Back in Family June 28, 2006 Article relates how David and Lucy Terry bought a home called Rock Oaks in the Roanoke neighborhood. The house was built in 1921 by Lucy's great-grandfather, Frank Shryock. "When Shryock built the three-story...

5. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1900 According to the local history index card, a photo of the residence at 3712 Summit Street, the center photo on the left. View of Summit Street and the "Home built for the owners of Roanoke. For sale at...

6. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1900 Photo of the D. P. Thomson residence (according to the local history index card the center photo on the left), a "home built for the owners of Roanoke."

7. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1900 Photo of the "home built for the owners of Roanoke, for sale at cost to them," at 3712 Summit Road.

8. 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...

9. 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...

10. 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...

11. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photo of "two houses at 3207-11 Harrison Boulevard, designed and built by C. E. Shepard" (presumably Clarence, not Charles Shepard). Also description of Shepard's architectural business with offices in...

12. 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...

13. 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.

14. 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...

15. 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...

16. Ten Architectural Gems 1865-1966 Ten Architectural Gems 1865-1966 December 1973 Article that provides profiles of ten notable homes in the Kansas City area. The featured homes are as follow: the Robert Berkebile residence (600 E. 36th Street), the Edward Scarritt Residence (3500 Gladstone...

17. This Real Estate Offers 12 Rooms Plus a Piece of History This Real Estate Offers 12 Rooms Plus a Piece of History July/10/2002 Photos of Roselawn at 3717 Bell St., the former residence of William Volker, a home-furnishing tycoon and philanthropist. Mr. Volker lived at Roselawn from 1890 until his death in 1947. Roselawn is located...

18. Tromanhauser Residence Tromanhauser Residence Full frontal and side view; located at 3603 W. Roanoke.

19. Tromanhauser Residence Tromanhauser Residence Partial frontal view; located at 3603 W. Roanoke