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1. Kansas City's Mayors: Progress Slow at the Start Kansas City's Mayors: Progress Slow at the Start September/28/1974 Portrait and biographical article about Dr. Johnston Lykins (1800-1876), "Kansas City's first legal mayor" and earlier "a missionary and a medical practitioner to the Indians." Later a real estate developer...

2. No Rest for the Builder: Kansas City Keeps Him Constantly on the Jump No Rest for the Builder: Kansas City Keeps Him Constantly on the Jump September/15/1891 Overview of the construction industry boom in Downtown Kansas City, including the Jackson County Courthouse, the Jackson County Jail, City Hall, and numerous other Downtown buildings, including residences,...

3. R. Frank Wallace Dies R. Frank Wallace Dies September/2/1954 Photo and obituary for R. Frank Wallace, "58, vice-president in charge of the Crook's Terminal Warehouses, Inc., here" with residence at 308 East 69th Street Terrace. Native of Cowgill, Missouri coming...

4. Site for Firms Site for Firms September/4/1955 Article announcing the two large warehouses to be built by the Stanton Construction Company at 4401 East Gardner Avenue in the Northeast Industrial District, covering 10 acres and costing $1 million.

5. Site for Firms: Stanton Construction Company to Spend One Million Dollars on Two Large Warehouses Site for Firms: Stanton Construction Company to Spend One Million Dollars on Two Large Warehouses September/4/1955 Photo and article about the two large warehouses to "be constructed by the James H. Stanton Construction company on a 10-acre tract purchased by the company at 4401 East Gardner avenue" and previously...

6. Sites Might Find Life as Living Space Sites Might Find Life as Living Space July 14, 2005 McGowan and Walsh Historic Renovators, a St. Louis firm, are partnering with Michael Rainen to renovate two landmark warehouses in the Frieght House District into lofts: the nine-story H.D. Lee Building...

7. Wide Open Spaces Are Filling Up Wide Open Spaces Are Filling Up April 2, 2013 Article on an increase in development of large-scale distribution centers in Johnson County, Kansas. The massive warehouses play key logisitical roles in the national shipping industry, housing products...