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1. 'Good Life' Is Hidden Jewel Downtown 'Good Life' Is Hidden Jewel Downtown April 21, 2004 This article focuses on one of Kansas City's less visible fountains called "The Fountain of Good Life". It was designed by George Tsutakawa. According to a quote in the article, he "became the preeminent...

2. 146-Year-Old Platte City Building is in Peril 146-Year-Old Platte City Building is in Peril May 31, 2013 Brief article states that the historic building on the corner of Third and Ferrel Streets in Platte City may need to be demolished following the collapse of half of its north wall. The author states that...

3. 1886 Tornado 1886 Tornado May 10, 1936 The Lathrop grade school at 6th and May Streets was destroyed by a cyclone on May 11, 1886. 15 children were killed when the belfrey crashed through the roof.

4. 40 Years Ago 40 Years Ago May/30/1967 Obituary for Oscar Mehornay, "president of North-Mehornay Furniture company, [10th] and McGee streets," dying on May 29, 1927.

5. 40 Years Ago 40 Years Ago July 15, 1968 Description of early Kansas City settler James Burris Atkins, or James Atkins.

6. 40 Years Ago 40 Years Ago October/21/1967

7. 63rd Street: A Vital Link 63rd Street: A Vital Link February 13, 2013 Article focuses on the history, diversity, and gradual rebirth of the 63rd Street Corridor, which stretches from State Line Road east into Raytown, Missouri. The road is described as a "vital artery" that...

8. A Central Part of the East Village A Central Part of the East Village December 16, 2006 J.E. Dunn Construction has unveiled the design for its new downtown headquarters and a revised plan for the East Village redevelopment plan. The five-story building, designed by 360 Architecture and BNIM...

9. A Century Old, Yet New A Century Old, Yet New October 31, 2007 Former Scottish Rite Temple at 7th and Ann streets in Kansas City, Kansas, has been remodeled for a casino. It will be called 7th Street Casino. The Temple dates to 1906.

10. A Downtown Landmark Shuts Doors A Downtown Landmark Shuts Doors December 30, 2003 After almost 80 years serving downtown Kansas City, the Italian Gardens restaurant closed its doors. A family-owned restaurant for five generations, Italian Gardens served many of the city's prominent...

11. A Drive to Bear His Name A Drive to Bear His Name December/1/1905 Article about the funeral for August R. Meyer and considerations for streets to bear his name.

12. A Fine Kansas City Home Beginning to Take Form A Fine Kansas City Home Beginning to Take Form December/25/1921 Illustration and caption about the "very fine example of a Tudor manor in the new home of U. S. Epperson" being built in 1921 "on a hilltop at the southwest corner of [52nd Street] and Cherry streets,"...

13. A Huge Icing Plant A Huge Icing Plant January/19/1922 Illustration, caption, map, and article about an ice manufacturing and sales plant on a 1.5 block tract purchased and planned to be built with an initial cost of $1.5 million between 2nd, Oak, 3rd, and...

14. A Lifetime of Service A Lifetime of Service November/21/2001 Photos and obituary article about Leonard Passantino (1925-2001), or Bull Passantino, a "longtime Northeast resident" and "co-owner and operator of Passantino Bros. Funeral Home on Independence Boulevard."...

15. A Little Slice of Beverly Hills in Independence A Little Slice of Beverly Hills in Independence January 9, 2008 Postcard image and short article about the Beverly Hills Acre Tracts subdivision in eastern Jackson County between the city limits of Kansas City and Independence, Mo. The housing tract was developed in...

16. A New Space For Art A New Space For Art August 8, 2006 Captioned photograph showing the installation of the sculpture "Rusted Spur" by the artist Stretch. This piece and five others are displayed in a field near 44th and Main streets in Kansas City. This has...

17. A Postcard from Old Kansas City A Postcard from Old Kansas City November/9/1968 Photo and article about the Elm Ridge Race Track, in operation from 1904 to 1906 "a block east of the Paseo between Fifty-ninth and Sixty-third streets," closed because of the ban on gambling and next...

18. A. R. Meyer's Condition A. R. Meyer's Condition December/2/1905 Short article about the hospitalization and subsequent death of August Meyer (1851-1905), the "father" of the park and boulevard system.

19. A Retired Methodist Minister with Two Score Slaves Transformed into a Plantation 365 Acres North of of A Retired Methodist Minister with Two Score Slaves Transformed into a Plantation 365 Acres North of of Thirty-First Street at Troost, Which He Found a Wilderness February 21, 1926 Illustrated map and biographical article about Reverend James Porter (1786-1851), a pioneer Methodist minister arriving in Jackson County from Tennessee with his mother in 1829 before settling in Kansas...

20. A Spray of Promise A Spray of Promise February 17, 2011 Art review of the newly opened Spray Booth Gallery that occupies a back room accessible only through the new Volker Bicycles at 18th and Wyandotte streets. The initiatior of the gallery, Andrew Lyles,...