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1. Westheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program Westheight Manor: Certified Local Government Program //1989 Biographical sketch of Joseph Radotinsky (1902-1983), a Kansas City, Kansas architect. Native of Kirkwood, Missouri in 1902 becoming "State Architect" in Kansas City, Kansas and designing schools and other...

2. Steaks-Plus: Eating Out in Kansas City Steaks-Plus: Eating Out in Kansas City June/15/1968 Review of various restaurants from Downtown to the Plaza, steakhouses and otherwise, with photos of the American Hereford Association building, the Savoy Grill, Stephenson's Old Apple Farm Restaurant,...

3. SC58 Mrs. Sam Ray Postcard Collection Finding Aid SC58 Mrs. Sam Ray Postcard Collection Finding Aid 1890-1998 Mildred Kittell Ray was born in Halstead, Kansas, on September 22, 1895. An avid collector of postcards (buttons, too), Mrs. Ray, at the age of 72, initiated a column in the Kansas City Times and Kansas...

4. Robert Askren Photograph Collection Finding Aid Robert Askren Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1870s-2005, bulk 1950-1980s Local photographer Robert G. Askren donated photographs and negatives to the Missouri Valley Special Collections in 2006. He worked for Harkins Commercial Photo Co. which he later purchased and renamed...

5. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture //1918 Photograph of the building for the American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association.

6. Letter from Kansas City: The Bull Vanishes--Does Being a Cowtown Require the Presence of Cows? Letter from Kansas City: The Bull Vanishes--Does Being a Cowtown Require the Presence of Cows? June 11, 2001 Illustration and article about the removal of the bull statue atop the old American Hereford Association Building (to a nearby park in Downtown Kansas City) with the relocation of the architectural firm...

7. KC's Bull Will Be Back in Skyline KC's Bull Will Be Back in Skyline May 17, 2002 HNTB Architects Engineers Planners took down the Hereford Bull statue when they bought the American Hereford Association building. Calvin Trillin lamented the loss in The New Yorker last year. Now the...

8. HNTB Makes Its Move to Old Hereford Building HNTB Makes Its Move to Old Hereford Building May/22/2001 Photo and article about the moving of the corporate headquarters of HNTB Architects Engineers Planners (or Howard Needles Tammen & Bergendoff, "founded 87 years ago") in 2001 "from the 1201 Walnut Building...

9. Calvin Burton Calvin Burton File containing a photo and article about Calvin Burton, an African American mail carrier for the American Hereford Association building at 300 West 11th Street. He appeared in their American Hereford...

10. Bob the Bull Bob the Bull Janurary 6, 1999 The Internet site "about.com" reported January 6, 1999, that the bull statue sitting on top a pylon in front of the American Hereford Association Headquarters building at 715 Kirk Drive is named "Bob,"...

11. American Hereford Association Bull American Hereford Association Bull June 27, 1905 The bull on top of the 90-foot pylon at the former American Hereford Association headquarters was part of the initial design of the architect, Joseph W. Radotinsky of Kansas City, Kansas. The sculptor...

12. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building 1980-07-15 Originally the American Hereford Association Building at 300 West 11th Street, on the northwest corner of 11th & Central, the building has new signage on the front of building indicating it is now the...

13. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building 1978-01 Exterior view of the American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association building at 300 West 11th Street. Looking northwest; taken from southeast corner of 11th & Central. Sign at corner of building advertises...

14. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building 1978-01 Exterior view of the American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association building, at 300 West 11th Street, on the northwest corner of 11th & Central. Looking north, northwest. Sign at corner of building advertises...

15. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building 1978-01 Exterior view of the American Hereford Cattle Breeders Association Building, at 300 West 11th Street. Photograph looking northeast. Sign at corner of building advertises work being done by Dasta Construction...

16. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building The American Hereford Association Building was located at 11th and Jefferson Streets. The building was dedicated on October 16, 1953, by Dwight D. Eisenhower. The pylon is 90 feet tall and the bull on...

17. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building Partial frontal view; located at 300 West 11th Street.

18. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building Full frontal view; located at 715 Hereford Drive (West 11th Street).

19. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building Full frontal view.

20. American Hereford Association Building American Hereford Association Building 1989 Partial side view.