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

2. Roanoke Park Roanoke Park 1995 Description of the 36.25-acre park acquired in 1901-1923, between 35th, Summit, Valentine, and Wyoming Streets, with photos and history.

3. Roanoke Park Roanoke Park 2006 Description of the topography and history of Roanoke Park. The 36-acre park is significant "for its landscape design and associations with community planning in Kansas City."

4. 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]."

5. Roanoke Park Roanoke Park Photos of Roanoke Park at Roanoke and Valentine Roads since the 1910s, formerly the site of the city fairgrounds (Kansas City Interstate Fair, etc.).

6. Roanoke Park, Cozy Nook Roanoke Park, Cozy Nook Postcard of Cozy Nook in Roanoke Park

7. Roanoke Park, Roanoke Roadway Roanoke Park, Roanoke Roadway Postcard of Roanoke Roadway in Roanoke Park

8. Souvenir Presented by the Board of Park Commissioners of Kansas City, Mo.: The Park and Boulevard System Souvenir Presented by the Board of Park Commissioners of Kansas City, Mo.: The Park and Boulevard System of Kansas City, Missouri //1920 Brief description and photo of the park.

9. 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.