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1. A Garden of Roses A Garden of Roses May/31/1914 Illustration and article about "the rose garden at the residence of W. A. Pickering" at 3620 Janssen Place, "the largest rose garden in the state."

2. Arch of Roses Arch of Roses 1-Jun-34 1224 W. 61st Terrace, Residence of I. J. Eagle, Owner, I. J. Eagle Co. (printing)

3. Everything's Coming up Roses Everything's Coming up Roses November 23, 2004 Business profile on Rosehill Gardens owned by Steve Asjes, son of Evert Asjes III. Asjes represents the fourth generation to own and operate Rosehill Gardens. The nursery celebrated its 90th anniversary...

4. Gage Park Gardens Gage Park Gardens 1936-10-04 View of pergola in rose gardens.

5. Iris and Else Paulson Roses Iris and Else Paulson Roses 31-May-35 5725 Central, Residence of Robert L. Hawkins, Treasurer, Emery, Bird, Thayer Co. (dry goods)

6. Jacob L. Loose Park Jacob L. Loose Park N.d. View of roses in Jacob L. Loose Park.

7. Loose Park Loose Park View of the Rose garden area located in Loose Park in Kansas City, Missouri.

8. Mary Wallace Roses and Miss Helmers Mary Wallace Roses and Miss Helmers 7-Jun-35 1630 Guilford Lane, Residence of W. C. Helmers, Executive, Helmers Manufacturing Co.

9. Mary Wallace Roses and Miss Helmers Mary Wallace Roses and Miss Helmers 7-Jun-35 1630 Guilford Lane, Residence of W. C. Helmers, Executive, Helmers Manufacturing Co.

10. Remembering the Roses Remembering the Roses Summer 2012 Article about the Loose Park Rose Garden created by Laura Conyers Smith in April 1931 with the help of Ella Loose setting "aside a portion of the public park donated in honor of her late husband."

11. Restoring a Garden Treasure Restoring a Garden Treasure November 12, 2008 The rose garden at Loose Park will undergo its first major renovation in its history. It was establsihed in 1931. The "new and imporved version of the garden--one that hews closely to the plan of tis legendary...

12. Romanelli Court Roses Romanelli Court Roses 1935-06-09 View of climbing roses with Margaret Ryan.

13. Rose Rose 1936-10-04 Close view of "E. G. Hill" rose at Gage Park Gardens.

14. Rose Rose 1936-10-04 Close view of "Francis Scott Key" rose at Gage Park Gardens.

15. Roses Roses 1936-10-04 View of "Francis Scott Key" rose bed at Gage Park Gardens.

16. Roses are Red...and Pink, and White Roses are Red...and Pink, and White May 13, 2009 Postcard image and short article on the Laura Conyers-Smith Rose Garden located in Loose Park. The garden was designed by Herbert Hare (of the firm Hare & Hare) in 1931 and originally consisted of 120...

17. Siberian Iris and Rugosa Roses Siberian Iris and Rugosa Roses 22-May-33 644 Westover Road, Residence of Edward T. Hubbell, President, Townley Metal & Hardware Co.

18. Visiting a Gardening 'Neighbor' Visiting a Gardening 'Neighbor' July 30, 1961 Vertical file contains photos and a biographical article about Timothy Hall and Jack Hudspeth, retired neighbors and gardeners at 2620 and 2619 Garfield Avenue. Hall maintained his own garden and that...