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1. A Dazzling, Delicious Galaxy of Stars A Dazzling, Delicious Galaxy of Stars May 2001 Photos and reviews of new local restaurants including McCormick & Schmick's (on the Plaza), Fiorella's Jack Stack ("located in the Freighthouse, which is part of the Crossroads District on the border of...

2. Description of Charles B. Merrill's Twelve-Apartment Flat Building Description of Charles B. Merrill's Twelve-Apartment Flat Building May//1906 Description of a twelve apartment flat building located on the northwest corner of 23rd and Summit Street in Kansas City, Missouri. The apartments are two stories high and have a "Art Nouveau" feeling....

3. Eclectic Collectibles Eclectic Collectibles February//1980 Photos and article about the home of Paul Robinson, "executive vice-president of Gilbert/Robinson restaurants," and his wife Edna Robinson at 5044 Summit Street. House listed "on the inventories of the...

4. From the Survey From the Survey March-April//1987 Photo and biographical article about the houses in Kansas City designed by architect Mary Hook, including those at "1004 West 52nd Street in 1908-09 for her parents, Captain and Mrs. Bertrand Rockwell,"...

5. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1924 Mention of T. P. Jaudon as the owner of a store at 14th and Summit Streets donating second floor space to the Baptist Church, known as the Summit Street Mission, and later moved to 14th and Jefferson Streets....

6. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1924 Mention of "Mrs. Spurgeon" and "Mrs. Russell" as among the teachers at the First Baptist Sabbath School in 1860s Kansas City, along with Miss Mattie Shouse and Pearly Ann Ward, or Pearly Ward, et al.

7. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1924 Mention of Robert Beddows as a member of the "young men's Bible Class" at the First Baptist Sabbath School in the 1860s, along with Luther James and Reuben Johnson.

8. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1924 Description of Edwin Weeks as a Bible school teacher and organist and Raymond Weeks as a writing student at the Summit Street Mission.

9. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1, 1924 Brief description of H. J. Boyce as the organizer of the church choir, and of Professor Himmell (no first name given) as occasional organist, for the ninth anniversary celebration of the First Baptist...

10. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1924 Mention of T. P. Skinner (secretary), George Wheeler (assistant), and Leanah Wheeler (George's wife and choir member) at "the First Baptist Sabbath School" at 8th and May Streets in 1868 Kansas City.

11. Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission Memories of the First Baptist Sabbath School and the Summit Street Mission October 1924 Mention of Dr. Lankford (no first name given), Thomas James, or T. M. James, and John Peak, et al., as teachers at the First Baptist Sabbath School in 1868 Kansas City.

12. Southtown History: Where They Lived Southtown History: Where They Lived August//1985 Photos and biographical description of Mary Rockwell Hook, or Mary Hook (1877-1978), a resident of southern Kansas City (on Summit Street) and architect of several local homes often made from recycled...

13. Westport's First Woman Realtor and Her Descendants Westport's First Woman Realtor and Her Descendants March//1970 Photo and biographical article about Catherine Brazier Purdom, or Catherine Purdom (1785-1859), "one of Westport's first business women" and co-platter of "the growing townsite of Westport in the 1850s."...