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101. Manager A. Judah Is Dead Manager A. Judah Is Dead October/27/1915 Obituary for Abraham Judah (1848-1915), "Kansas City's oldest theatrical man" and "manager of the Grand Opera House." Description of his life and career as a native of Cincinnati coming to Kansas City...

102. Michael Ross House Michael Ross House Includes nomination form for the National Register for the Judge Michael Ross house at 501 East Armour Boulevard.

103. Midtown Street to Get Facelift Midtown Street to Get Facelift March 1, 2011 Developing firm Antheus Capital is planning to renovate 11 apartment buildings located on Armour Boulevard into middle-class housing. Antheus hopes their $62 million plan will be completed in two years....

104. Mobil Oil Station Mobil Oil Station 1968 Mobil Oil Service Station, located at the intersection of Troost Avenue and Armour Boulevard. Architect Eliot Noyes received an award for simplicity in commercial architecture and site use for its design....

105. More Conveniences in Flats More Conveniences in Flats October/14/1908 Illustration and article about the "plans for the new 5-story apartment building at 1112-1116 Armour boulevard," called the Chicago Apartments and designed by architect Matt O'Connell.

106. More Renovations Coming More Renovations Coming December 30, 2011 New Jersey-based Antheus Capital is planning to redevelop nine apartment buildings in midtown on Armour Boulevard. Included in the plans are the Ambassador (built in 1924) and the Bellerive (1922).

107. National Register Additions National Register Additions April-May//1980 Recent additions to the National Register, with photos and text about the hotel at 214 East Armour Boulevard, built in 1922, and the church at 3600 Walnut Street, built in 1904.

108. Neighbor Helping Neighbor Neighbor Helping Neighbor October 2, 2008 Two-page spread about the Squier Park Neighborhood with photos of some of the homes. Squier Park includes Squier Manor and Squier Heights. They are located between the Paseo and Troost Avenue and from...

109. New Catholic Library, New Routine New Catholic Library, New Routine August/27/1967 Photos, captions, and article about the demolition in 1967 of the building "originally known as 'Thorny-Croft' and later the location for the Catholic Community Free library" at 301 East Armour Boulevard,...

110. New Life For Old Apartments New Life For Old Apartments March 27, 2003 Discusses the plan for renovation of aparments on Armour Boulevard: Westport Central at 301 W. Armour; Windermere, 600 E. Armour; Armour Park, 608 E. Armour; Ellison Apartments at 300 W. Armour; and nearby...

111. New Look, New Life for Bellerive Hotel New Look, New Life for Bellerive Hotel September-October//1982 Photo and article about the renovated of the Bellerive Hotel, "once the 'jewel in the crown of fashionable high-rise apartments and hotels located on Armour Boulevard," built in 1922 and being redeveloped...

112. Newbern Apartments Newbern Apartments National Register nomination form for the Newbern Apartments at 525 East Armour Boulevard.

113. No Sweet Choices for IBC No Sweet Choices for IBC September 23, 2004 Article reporting the bankruptcy filing of Interstate Bakeries, the country's largest wholesale baker. The company, which makes Wonder Bread and Hostess snack cakes, is headquartered at 12 E. Armour Boulevard...

114. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of George Myers, a financier and publicist of Kansas City with "a handsome home on Armour Boulevard." Born in New York City in 1855 and coming here in 1874 as a Western Union Company worker...

115. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of William Repp, a furniture dealer born in Maryland and coming to Kansas City with residence at 721 Armour Boulevard.

116. Old Hyde Park and Greystone Nominated for Local Historic Register Old Hyde Park and Greystone Nominated for Local Historic Register Fall 1994 Article announcing the nomination of the two historic districts to the Kansas City Register of Historic Places: Greystone, "located along the 3100 and 3200 blocks of Central" Street, and Old Hyde Park,...

117. Park Central Hotel Park Central Hotel circa 1940 Street level view of the Park Central Hotel located at 300-02 E. Armour Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. Entrance to the building is in view. The structure was built in 1929 and is part of the Armour/Gillham...

118. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photos of Valentine Road and Armour Boulevard.

119. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photo of "two houses at 3207-11 Harrison Boulevard, designed and built by C. E. Shepard" (presumably Clarence, not Charles Shepard). Also description of Shepard's architectural business with offices in...

120. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photo and description of the Armour Apartments, a four-story brick building at 100-108 Armour Boulevard.