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81. Ten Architectural Gems 1865-1966 Ten Architectural Gems 1865-1966 December 1973 Article that provides profiles of ten notable homes in the Kansas City area. The featured homes are as follow: the Robert Berkebile residence (600 E. 36th Street), the Edward Scarritt Residence (3500 Gladstone...

82. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of Alfred Toll, "lumberman, president of the Badger Lumber Company, of Kansas City." Native of New York moving to Hannibal, Missouri in 1866 and then Kansas City in 1886 with residence...

83. The Laudables The Laudables April-May//1983 One paragraph about the rehabilitation by the Merlyn Desmarteau family of "their house at 500 East 36th Street," formerly a rooming house and designed by Louis Curtiss.

84. The Success of a Perfect Appartment [sic]: Where the Value of Comfort Is Recognized The Success of a Perfect Appartment [sic]: Where the Value of Comfort Is Recognized August/21/1915 Photo and article about the Knickerbocker Apartments "located in Knickerbocker Place (Thirty-sixth street [or 36th Street]), between Broadway and Pennsylvania avenue, in the heart of the most exclusive...

85. Within the House: Glimpses into Notable Kansas City Homes Within the House: Glimpses into Notable Kansas City Homes June/8/1913 Illustrations and article about the "Renaissance dwelling" of William McGraw Reid, or William Reid, at "the intersection of three busy streets, "Robert Gillham Road, McGee [Street] and [36th Street]."...