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201. The Business Beat is Picking Up At 18th and Vine The Business Beat is Picking Up At 18th and Vine November 10, 2005 Article features the 18th and Vine area and especially the Lincoln Building. The building is located at 1601 E. 18th Street, is owned by the Black Economic Union of Greater Kansas City, and was built in...

202. The Kansas City Call Mural The Kansas City Call Mural November 29, 2006 Short item which includes a picture of a new mural on the side of the Kansas City Call newspaper office building located on 1713-17 18th Street. The mural is on the east wall of the building and was painted...

203. Three-Year Action Plan For Truman Road Released Three-Year Action Plan For Truman Road Released November 26, 2003 At the last meeting of the Truman Road Corridor Association, copies were released of the Strategic Economic Developoment Plan that covers Oak Street to I-435 and 12th to 18th Street. This is a three year...

204. TRCA Makes Funding Appeal to City-Wide PIAC TRCA Makes Funding Appeal to City-Wide PIAC August/22/2001 Article about the appeal by the Truman Road Corridor Association for "an engineering study to examine the flooding problems of four underpasses in and near Historic Northeast: 18th Street and Indiana,...

205. Union Station Profile Union Station Profile 1999

206. W. Franklyn Clark W. Franklyn Clark File contains a biographical article (with no illustrations) about W. Franklyn Clark, “well known local attorney,” who resigned as “enforcement attorney with the district Office of Price Stabilization...

207. W. H. Wood W. H. Wood March 4, 1905 Photo and bio of W. H. Wood, a partner of Wood & Welsh, building contractors, a native of Kentucky, and resident next to his partner W. J. Welsh at 11th and Norton Avenues. Builders of the following: "John...

208. War Hero Became 'Patron Saint of Black Firefighters' War Hero Became 'Patron Saint of Black Firefighters' October/17/1998 File containing an obituary for Raymond Daniel (1914-1998), "Kansas City's first African-American deputy fire chief." Native of Oklahoma coming to Kansas City during the Great Depression serving in World...

209. Watkins Brothers Memorial Chapel Celebrates Its 100 Year Anniversary - From 1909 to 2009 Watkins Brothers Memorial Chapel Celebrates Its 100 Year Anniversary - From 1909 to 2009 May 29, 2009 Watkins Brothers is "one of the oldest continuous operating African American-owned business [sic] in Missosuri." Article tells the story of the business, first located at 1729 Lydia, then at 18th Street...

210. Winter Snowstorm Winter Snowstorm January 18, 1949 Looking southwest from the northeast corner of 18th and Grand during snowstorm.

211. Winter Snowstorm Winter Snowstorm January 18, 1949 Looking southwest near the southeast corner of 17th and Grand, during snowstorm.

212. Wyandotte Street Wyandotte Street June 20, 1946 View looking north on Wyandotte from 18th Street, showing Film Row area.

213. Wyandotte Street Wyandotte Street November 8, 1946 View looking north on Wyandotte from 18th Street, showing Film Row area.