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1. Arthur Dunham James Arthur Dunham James August/28/1956 File containing an obituary for Arthur Dunham James, or Arthur James, a Kansas City architect with residence at 1215 West 68th Street Terrace. Native of Canada emigrating to Kansas City in 1886 and co-designing...

2. Arthur Dunham Jones: Retired Architect Dies after Suffering a Heart Attack Arthur Dunham Jones: Retired Architect Dies after Suffering a Heart Attack August/28/1956 Obituary for Arthur James, an architect instrumental in designing the Kansas City Power & Light Building, the Telephone Building, and several federal office buildings, hospitals, and schools. He was born...

3. Clarence Kivett Clarence Kivett Photos and multiple articles about Clarence Kivett (1905-1996), an architect "design[ing] some of the city's best-known structures, including Kansas City International Airport and the Alameda Plaza Hotel...

4. Edwin M. Price Is Dead: Former Architect Here Dies in Kansas City Edwin M. Price Is Dead: Former Architect Here Dies in Kansas City January/11/1957 Photo and obituary for Edwin Price, "an architect whose talents in design are reflected in Kansas City's present skyline." Native of Arkansas (dying at the age of 72) becoming "a partner in the prominent...

5. Luxury Condos Proposed for Telephone Building Luxury Condos Proposed for Telephone Building December 20, 2006 The Kansas City Home Telephone Company occupied the three-story building at 3017 Peery Ave. in the early 1900s, but the structure has been vacant for decades. Developers are proposing to convert it into...

6. Tallest Building Here? That Question Is Unanswerable: Comparisons of Lofty New Structures Show That Tallest Building Here? That Question Is Unanswerable: Comparisons of Lofty New Structures Show That Possession of the Kansas City Height Record Depends Entirely on How You Look at the Matter May/3/1931 Photos, caption, and article about the problems in defining the tallest building in Kansas City, with the primary candidates being the Kansas City Power & Light Building (shown under construction), the...

7. Telephone Building to Lose Height Record to Two Rivals Telephone Building to Lose Height Record to Two Rivals May/11/1930 Picture showing relative heights of five tallest buildings at the time compared with the Liberty Memorial.