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1. A Letter from Daniel Geary A Letter from Daniel Geary September//1970 Reminiscences by Daniel Geary from 1915 about the radical changes in the topography in the Town of Kansas around 1856-1859, as its early streets were built and hills graded for settlement. Description...

2. Active Plating Plant Active Plating Plant July 1899 Illustration and article describing the activities of the Kansas City Plating Works located at 1014 Wyandotte Street. John A. Childs is manager of the plant, where "all kinds of plating and polishing work...

3. Art in Tradecraft Art in Tradecraft January 1900 The Kansas City Stained Glass Works and Sign Company, located at 514-516 Wyandotte Street, produces art glass products for a variety of buildings such as churches, depots, and private homes. Article describes...

4. Down on the Corner Down on the Corner May 1, 2005 Paul and Carol Hilpman own a 17,000- square-foot building at 18th and Wyandotte which they lease out to artists, photographers a yoga studio, grocery store, snack, bar, skateboard shop and three clothing...

5. Early Kansas City Architects: Van Brunt and Howe Early Kansas City Architects: Van Brunt and Howe December//1978 Photo and biographical article about Henry Van Brunt (1836-1903) and Frank Howe (1849-1909), partners in the Kansas City architectural firm of Van Brunt & Howe, established here in 1885. Van Brunt a native...

6. Expert Chemical Analysis Expert Chemical Analysis June 1899 Dr. Jean Robert Moechle operates a chemist laboratory at 710-713 Wyandotte Street in Kansas City, Missouri. The lab is equipped for carrying out experiments of various analyses and microscopic work in...

7. Haddix Research Enhances Knowledge of Bird's Youth Haddix Research Enhances Knowledge of Bird's Youth August/September 2005 Brief item describing an article from The Kansas City Star, June 26, 2005, reporting on jazz historians Chuck Haddix and Llew Walker's discoveries of the addresses of Charlie "Bird" Parker in the Kansas...

8. Kansas City Widens Its Streets Kansas City Widens Its Streets May//1947 Description of the widening of streets in Downtown and Midtown, including Southwest Trafficway, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Wyandotte Street, with photos of before and after work.

9. Kansas City's Classic Theatres--The Plaza Kansas City's Classic Theatres--The Plaza May-June//1997 Article with history and photo of the Plaza Theater at 4701 Wyandotte Street, built in 1929 and converted to a "triplex" in the 1990s.

10. Kansas City's Most Expensive Parking Lot Kansas City's Most Expensive Parking Lot July//1981 Article about "Block 90," between 12th, Central, 11th, and Wyandotte Streets downtown, and its expense to the city after the leveling of the structures previously there, making it a parking lot.

11. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 Recollections about streets on the "levee," in about 1858, including the following: Grand Avenue (then called Market Street), Delaware Street, 12th Street, Walnut Street, Southwest Boulevard (then called...

12. Madison School Madison School File contains a paper about the history of the Madison School, starting as Mount Auburn School (or Mt. Auburn School) in 1886 "in a one room frame building on the west side of Wyandotte Street between...

13. The New Urban Pioneers The New Urban Pioneers August//1988 Article about the Art Space, a "loft" apartment building converted from a warehouse at 201 Wyandotte Street, in "what was once tagged the River Quay but is now called the River Market area," filled with...

14. Theater: New Directions Theater: New Directions September//1986 Article about the new "innovative, community-minded" New Directions Theatre Company at 201 Wyandotte Street, directed by Francis Giron.

15. Where the Measure of a Man Is Made Where the Measure of a Man Is Made May/15/1915 Photos of C. B. Roueche and Charles Bergfeldt, owners and operators of the men's clothing store called "Bergfeldt-Roueche company," "established in 1895 in a Wyandotte street, between [8th Street and 9th...