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61. Sebree Galleries Sebree Galleries 1980 Partial view of the Sebree Galleries, located at 301 E. 55th Street. Curry Miles, of Frashier-Miles Architects, Inc., received an award for the design of this building.

62. Seth E. Ward Residence Seth E. Ward Residence Photos, maps, and information about the former farm of western trader William Bent (1809-1869), later part of the Seth Ward (1820-1903) residence at 1022 West 55th Street, adjacent to and overlapping Loose...

63. Seth Ward House Seth Ward House ca1920s? Exterior street level view of the Seth E. Ward house located at 1032 West 55th Street in Kansas City, Missouri. Also shows a small portion of the north building directly behind the house. Land originally...

64. Seth Ward Residence Seth Ward Residence The Old Ward Home was originally built in the 1850s with additions made in later years. Built by William Bent, the home was bought by Seth E. Ward in 1871, who lived there for many years. The home, located...

65. Seth Ward Residence Seth Ward Residence Collection includes abstract of title for the Seth Ward residence at 1032 West 55th Street.

66. Sidewalk near Brookside Boulevard Sidewalk near Brookside Boulevard November 24, 1946 View facing south from 55th Street on the west sidewalk of Brookside Boulevard at night.

67. South Troost Development Lines Mark Expansion of Trade Artery: Improvements Enhance City's Longest Street South Troost Development Lines Mark Expansion of Trade Artery: Improvements Enhance City's Longest Street from 27th to 75th--Several New Buildings Ready for Occupancy December 28, 1929 Article with photos and description of the widening and paving of Troost Avenue ("the longest street in the city") south to 75th Street in the 1920s, coinciding with other building and business development...

68. Swope School Swope School File contains a photographic image of Swope School located on Eleveland and 55th Street.

69. 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...

70. Urban Beauty Urban Beauty November/December 2002 Article profiling the Sunset Hill neighborhood. Famous for its eclectic residential architecture and Battle of Westport history, the neighborhood is bounded by Ward parkway on the north and West, 55th...

71. Urban Legend Urban Legend August 2003 A brief look at the Bent-Ward home at 1025 W. 55th Street. Although listed on the National Historic Society Registry in 1963, the house is still privately owned and maintained. The original home was owned...

72. W. M. Fible's New English Type Home Has a Unique Plan W. M. Fible's New English Type Home Has a Unique Plan April/3/1921 Illustrations and caption about "the new home of William M. Fible, an English type residence at 823 West [55th Street], overlooking the golf links of the Kansas City Country Club," and designed by architect...