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Urban Design Awards
Photograph, Color, 8...
Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred...
John Albury Bryan
Ford, Susan Jezak
M L Van Nada
Your Kansas City and Mine
Photos and biographical sketch of Dr. John Edward Perry, or J. Edward Perry (1870-1962), an early local black physician and founder of the Perry Sanitarium and Training School for Nurses at 1214 Vine Street...
Young Men's Hebrew Association
Plans and photos of the YMHA Building at Wayne and Linwood Boulevards, designed by Greenebaum, Hardy & Schumacher, architects.
March 7, 2010
Article describes the house built by architect Albert J. Yanda at 1102 Valentine Road. The steel, aluminum and glass structure, an assemblage of simple geometrics, nestles into a cliff, the back of the...
Wright Touch Is Open House Lure
Photos and biographical article about nationally prominent architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) and his recent design of the Frank Bott ("a Kansas City, Kansas, dairyman") residence at 3640 Briarcliff...
Wright House, Right Time
Article and photo lay-out featuring one of two homes that Frank Lloyd Wright designed located in this area. This home was built in 1940 for Clarence Sondern and featured flat roofs and multiple French...
Wright Here in Kansas City: The Master's Touch Is Alive and Growing
Article about the influences of the architectural style of Frank Lloyd Wright on Kansas City area architects, including Eugene Buchanan, Robert Francis Major (or Robert Major), Carl Stenstrom, and Gene...
Wright a Self-Assured Innovator Here
Photos and biographical article about nationally prominent architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) and his recent design of the Community Christian Church at 4601 Main Street, headed by Reverend Burris...
Wright & Wrong
File containing an article with photos, map, and biographical description of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), "the father of the Prairie School of Design" and architect of three buildings in Kansas City...
File containing a nomination form for the National Register for the Wornall home at 146 West 61st Terrace, facing Wornall Road, with maps and photos. House built in 1858 by John Wornall as (according to...
Woodson Smith Hat Company
Postcard of the Woodson Smith Hat Company at the Postal Telegraph building
Within the House: Glimpses into Notable Kansas City Homes
Illustrations and article about the residence of architect Joseph Heim, or J. J. Heim, at 51st and Broadway, with interior scenes showing antique furniture, etc.
Winter Family Home Sold
February 21, 1899
Article about the sale of one of the best known homes in the city at 30th and Troost Avenues. Article only mentions the home and its buyer and seller. In 1925 or before, this home became the Horner Institute...
Willis Wood Theater Profile
Willis Wood Theater
Postcard of Willis Wood Theater
William Warner Residence
Photos and information including a nomination form for the National Register for the William Warner (1839-1916) residence at 1021 Pennsylvania Avenue. Description of Warner, a national representative and...
William M. Conrad Elected President of A. I. A. Chapter
File containing a photo and biographical article about William Merrill Conrad, or William Conrad, "1968 president of the Kansas City chapter, American Institute of Architects" and an architect with offices...
William H. Cutler Dead
Death notice for local architect William H. Cutler. Her was with the firm of Howe, Hoit & Cutler and died January 6, 1907 of typhoid fever. He had lived in Kansas City for six years and was buried in Chicago....
William E. Harris, Architect
Description of the architect William Harris, with a house building specialty.
William A. Bovard Jr.
Article in the book by William A. Bovard, Jr., a Kansas City architect and the son of William A. Bovard, Sr., owner of the William Bovard Building Moving and Raising company. Photos and descriptions of...
Wilderness Area to Become Recreation Spot
Article about "the creation of a huge wilderness park 10 miles east of Kansas City in the direct line of the city's growth." Made up of 3,200 acres along "the Little Blue River valley with its limestone...
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