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1. Abandoned Automobile Abandoned Automobile n.d. View of an abandoned automobile and foliage in the area of Southwest Trafficway and Roanoke Road north of Westport Road.

2. Baptist Churches, Roanoke Baptist Church Baptist Churches, Roanoke Baptist Church n.d. Full, street level view identified as the Roanoke Baptist Church located at 40th and Wyoming.

3. 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.

4. Chariot Races Entertained the Crowds at the Fairgrounds Chariot Races Entertained the Crowds at the Fairgrounds June/21/1945 Drawing of a race at the fair with article about the brawling and drinking associated with the fair at 38th and Penn Streets to Roanoke and Valentine Streets in old Westport.

5. 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...

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

7. 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...

8. Follow the Red Brick Roads Follow the Red Brick Roads September 20, 2006 Article describes surviving examples of brick streets in Kansas City. The longest, a 1,750 foot stretch between Karnes Boulevard and Valentine Road, is a historic landmark.

9. Historic Homes in Heart of the City Historic Homes in Heart of the City August 20, 2006 Regular real estate feature from Sunday Star features Valentine and Roanoke neighborhoods. Photographs of houses at 3660 Madison Avenue, 1008 Valentine Road, 3670 Jefferson, 3700 Summit, 517 W. 38th, 611...

10. 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...

11. 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...

12. Kansas City's International Fair Grounds Kansas City's International Fair Grounds 2006 The area of Kansas City that now comprises the Roanoke and Valentine neighborhoods was once the site of the Kansas City Interstate Fair. The fair contained all the usual exhibits and attractions but its...

13. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of Charles Nearing, a lawyer (and former law school classmate of Theodore Roosevelt) born in New York in 1857 and coming to Kansas City in 1884, with residence at the corner of Thirty-sixth...

14. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of Edward Kienzle, "secretary of and Kansas City manager for the American Sash & Door Company" at 16th and Bellefontaine Avenues, born in Iowa in 1866 and coming to Kansas City about...

15. Karnes Boulevard Karnes Boulevard 1910 Car traveling along unidentified portion of Karnes.

16. Karnes Boulevard Karnes Boulevard Roanoke Park near the intersection of Karnes and Valentine Road.

17. Minister, Fowle, William H. Minister, Fowle, William H. ca1925 Portrait view of William H. Fowle, pastor of Roanoke Baptist Church at 40th and Wyoming.

18. 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...

19. Park Drive Park Drive Postcard of Park Drive

20. Park Manor Historic District Park Manor Historic District July 15, 2005 National Register nomination for apartment buildings at 910 and 920 Ward Parkway and 4826 Roanoke Parkway describes buildings and area "two blocks west of the Country Club Plaza."