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1. An Elevator Blown Up: Johnson & Brinkman's Plant at Rosedale Badly Damaged An Elevator Blown Up: Johnson & Brinkman's Plant at Rosedale Badly Damaged January/24/1895 Article about the explosion of a boiler at the grain elevator of the Johnson and Brinkman plant at Rosedale, Kansas, completely destroying the building.

2. Another Suburban Estate Gives Way to the Growing City Another Suburban Estate Gives Way to the Growing City May 31, 1914 Illustration and caption about the breaking up or division of the "old Anthony Sauer estate" in Kansas City, Kansas, "built on the ridge of ground between Argentine and Rosedale."

3. Brick "Castle" Overlooking Kaw Valley Reflected Success of German Pioneer Brick "Castle" Overlooking Kaw Valley Reflected Success of German Pioneer October/21/1950 Article about Sauer Castle, the residence of German immigrant Anton Sauer (or Anthony Sauer) in Rosedale, Kansas, built between 1865 and 1871, with photo.

4. Dumping Site Transformed Into Rosedale Area Home Dumping Site Transformed Into Rosedale Area Home December 4, 2003 Once an illegal dumping site, 3829 Minnie St., Kansas City, Kansas, is now a "benchmark for Rosedale's revitalization efforts." The arts and crafts-style residence cost $129,900 and is part of a $20 million...

5. Hold Last Rites for Mrs. Sallie C. Love Hold Last Rites for Mrs. Sallie C. Love Vertical file containing an obituary for Mrs. Sallie Love, a former music teacher in Kansas City and Rosedale, Kansas, with residence at 2623 Euclid Avenue. Love was born in Colorado as Sallie Jordan and...

6. Judge H. J. Smith Dies Judge H. J. Smith Dies August/2/1947 Photo and obituary for Judge Hugh Smith, "former judge of the Wyandotte County district court and an active leader of the Argentine district in Kansas City, Kansas, for half a century" before dying at...

7. Le Grand A. Copley: Former Packing Company Executive Was 82 Le Grand A. Copley: Former Packing Company Executive Was 82 April/13/1957 Obituary for Le Grand Copley, a "retired executive of Wilson & Co. and a Johnson County real estate developer" dying at the age of 82, "born on a farm near Paola, Kas.," moving to Rosedale, Kansas, in...

8. McDowell Mill McDowell Mill November/12/1911

9. Mrs. Embur Smith Obituary Mrs. Embur Smith Obituary April/8/1965 Obituary for Mrs. Embur Smith (dying in 1965), daughter of Shelby Rennick, the last mayor of Rosedale, Kansas before its incorporation into Kansas City, Kansas.

10. New Dunbar Principal New Dunbar Principal November 9, 1951 File containing an article and photo about Miss Sirpora Miller, newly appointed principal of "Dunbar grade school" in Kansas City, Kansas. Miller was a native of Kansas City, Kansas and formerly served...

11. Not So Rapid Transit Not So Rapid Transit August/12/1973 Photo of "the entire Rosedale St. railway system in 1888, according to. ..Mrs. Margaret Landis, Rosedale historian. .."

12. Part of Urban Renewal Now: Echoes of Rosedale's History in a Land Sale Part of Urban Renewal Now: Echoes of Rosedale's History in a Land Sale April/14/1966 Article about the demolition of many buildings on land in Rosedale, Kansas, formerly owned by, among others, Dr. Simeon Bell, associated with the founding of the University of Kansas Medical Center.

13. Rosedale Had Mule Cars Rosedale Had Mule Cars August/14/1973 Reminiscences of Mrs. Margaret Landis of the first horse and mule-drawn street cars in Rosedale, Kansas, starting in 1887 following the completion of the adjacent Southwest Boulevard.

14. Simplicity Marks Rosedale "Giants" Simplicity Marks Rosedale "Giants" May/25/1977 Article about Dr. Simeon Bell (1820-1913) and his wife Eleanor Taylor Bell (1824-1866) and their association in the founding of the Eleanor Taylor Bell Memorial Hospital in 1905 at 7th Street and Southwest...

15. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City November/18/1923 Portraits and biographical article about Albert Schoenberg, "president [of the] Schoenberg Realty and Investment Company." Born in Kansas City in 1886 at 1017 Broadway, raised in Rosedale, Kansas, and...