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61. West Bottoms West Bottoms 1993 Looking southwest from 10th.

62. West Bottoms West Bottoms 1950 Panoramic view looking west from south of 12th Street.

63. West Bottoms West Bottoms 1896 Photos of the West Bottoms, the Levee, cuts for streets in the bluffs, railroad yards, 12th Street Viaduct, etc. One of the photos is captioned: "The Levee, 1865. At this time the Levee was the principle...

64. West Bottoms West Bottoms 1944 Looking northwest from south of 12th Street.

65. West Bottoms West Bottoms 1950 Panoramic view looking southwest from 8th Street.

66. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City August/13/1922 Profile of Louis Russell Ash, or Louis Ash, a partner in the engineering firm of Harrington, Howard & Ash, born in Kentucky in 1873 and moving to Kansas City in 1901. Portraits and description of his career...

67. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City May/20/1923 Portraits and biographical article about Ernest Howard, member of the "engineering firm Harrington, Howard & Ash," born in Toronto and emigrating to Kansas City in 1901 as an engineer. Description of his...

68. Woodcuts Woodcuts 1931 This collection of woodcuts of scenes from Kansas City were done by Herbert F. Slaughter who also wrote the accompanying text for the booklet, which is a narrative about Kansas City with a woodcut illustration...