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21. Briefs Briefs July-August 1986 Two bronze plaques depicting historical events in Kansas City were placed in the sidewalks of the Country Club Plaza on May 27. The first one features a river streamboat's [sic] arrival at Westport Landing...

22. Brookside Memories Brookside Memories May//1980 Article about the development of the Brookside neighborhood from the days of the Wornall farm in 1858 to the present, with photos.

23. Brookside Shopping Area Brookside Shopping Area 1961-05-31 View of the Brookside Shopping area located on Brookside Boulevard. The Brookside Theater located at 6325 Brookside is in partial view and a Jenkins Music Company truck in the street.

24. Brookside Shopping Center Brookside Shopping Center Information about the Brookside district as a mixed-use shopping center and residential district at about 63rd and Brookside Boulevard (between Main and Wornall Roads). Description of its history, established...

25. Brookside's Future in Question Brookside's Future in Question November/10/1999 Article about the disappearance of small businesses in the Brookside shopping community, damaging the economy of the business and residential district.

26. Brywood Update, Expansion Planned Brywood Update, Expansion Planned April 12, 2008 Tri-Land Properties, Inc., owners of the Brywood Shopping Center on East 63rd Street, "is asking for $8.6 million in tax incentives, including regular TIF, Super TIF and the establishment of a community...

27. Business: Crestwood Tenants Secure Destiny Business: Crestwood Tenants Secure Destiny April/12/2000 Article about the purchase in the Brookside neighborhood by local business people of the Crestwood Shopping Center, "the first commercial building built by J. C. Nichols," describing the improvements to...

28. Calling on Crestwood Calling on Crestwood March, 2005 Article profiles the Crestwood Shops, located along 55th Street and Brookside Boulevard. The shopping district, a 1920's J.C. Nichols development, has emerged as a model of "neo-urbanism."

29. CBL Confirms Plans to Buy Oak Park Mall CBL Confirms Plans to Buy Oak Park Mall October 18, 2005 A Tennessee based company called CBL & Associates Properties, Inc., is buying the Oak Park Mall located at 95th Street and Quivira Road in Johnson County, Kansas. The Mall opened in the mid-1970s, was...

30. Center In Line For a New Look Center In Line For a New Look July 20, 2007 Oak Park Mall is planning $54 million in renovations and has presented plans for a three-phase project. Part of this money will be spent to renovate entrances, the food court, and center court along with...

31. Coming to Closure Coming to Closure October 22, 2005 Mission Center mall will be torn down after it closes in late January. ''The new owners of Mission Center, Cameron Group LLC of East Syracuse, N.Y., and GFI Financial Services of New York City, plan a...

32. Construction of Arenas, Suburbs Spells Doom for Downtown Construction of Arenas, Suburbs Spells Doom for Downtown December/10-16/1999 Retrospective article on the history of retail business in downtown Kansas City since 1950.

33. Country Club District Country Club District circa 1920 Map of the Country Club District, including Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Meyer Circle, Stratford Gardens, Hampstead Gardens, Greenway Fields, Armour Fields, Romanelli Gardens, Armour Hills, Crestwood,...

34. Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted August 1922 Title continues: "Including Sunset Hill, Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Hampstead Gardens, Crestwood, Greenway Fields, Wornall Manor, Westwood, Westwood Hills, and Armour Hills. 2,500 Acres Restricted. Planned,...

35. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza circa 1945-50 View of the Country Club Plaza looking toward the southwest at the intersection of Mill Creek Parkway (later J. C. Nichols Parkway) and 47th Street. The Plaza Theater is visible in the center of the photograph,...

36. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza circa 1945-50 Long distance view of the Country Club Plaza, looking toward the southwest. Taken from the east side of Mill Creek Parkway (J. C. Nichols Parkway) where it crosses 47th Street. Apartments along Brush Creek...

37. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza 1972-07 View of the Country Club Plaza looking toward the northeast and taken from the Alameda Plaza Hotel. The north/south street by the hotel is Wornall Road at the intersection of Brush Creek Boulevard. Ward...

38. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza 1982 Reference to the Country Club Plaza as the "nation's first residential shopping center with a homogeneous design."

39. Country Club Plaza Christmas Lights Country Club Plaza Christmas Lights circa 1940 Evening view looking toward the southwest of the Christmas lights on the Country Club Plaza at the intersection of 47th and Mill Creek Parkway (later J. C. Nichols Parkway). The Plaza Theater is in view...

40. Country Club Plaza Christmas Lights Country Club Plaza Christmas Lights circa 1950s Evening view of the Country Club Plaza and the Christmas lighting. Believed to be looking east near 47th Street.