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1. 150 Facts About Kansas City 150 Facts About Kansas City 2000 List of 150 facts prepared for the sesquicentennial of Kansas City in 2000.

2. Beth Shalom Synagogue Profile Beth Shalom Synagogue Profile 2003

3. Country Club Plaza, Christmas Country Club Plaza, Christmas 1938 Postcard of the Country Club Plaza lights at Christmas 1937.

4. Grand Avenue Grand Avenue 1928 View of Grand Avenue looking toward the north from around 21st Street in Kansas City, Missouri. The WDAF radio towers can be seen in the distance.

5. Kansas City Star Kansas City Star 1928 View looking north on Grand Avenue. The Kansas City Star newspaper building is in view in the center, located at 18th and Grand just south of downtown Kansas City, Missouri. There are vehicles in view...

6. Orpheum Theater Profile Orpheum Theater Profile 2003

7. South Central Business Association Records Finding Aid South Central Business Association Records Finding Aid ca1930 - 1960 The South Central Business Association began in the 1920s. It was a business group for the Linwood and Troost area of Kansas City, Missouri, and considered by some to be the first shopping district or...

8. Sweeney School Sweeney School 1928 View of Sweeney School building, looking towards the southwest. School was located on Pershing Road across from Union Station and west of the Liberty Memorial. The WHB radio towers are visible in this...

9. Today Your Search for the Ideal Apartment Ends at the Berkshire and Berkshire Arms Today Your Search for the Ideal Apartment Ends at the Berkshire and Berkshire Arms August/19/1928 Full page ad and illustration for the new Berkshire and Berkshire Arms Apartments opening in 1928 at 1017-1021 Linwood Boulevard, designed in the form of "twin towers."