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141. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p478 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p478 1909-1957 A portion of Kansas City from E. 34th Street south to E. 36th Street and from Warwick Boulevard east to Locust, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with...

142. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p479 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p479 1909-1957 A portion of Kansas City from E. 34th Street south to E. 36th Street and from Locust east to Holmes Street, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with...

143. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p480 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p480 1909-1957 A portion of Kansas City from E. 34th Street south to E. 36th Street and from Holmes east to Harrison Boulevard, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page...

144. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p481 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p481 1909-1957 A portion of Kansas City from E. 34th Street south to E. 36th Street and from Harrison Boulevard east to Tracy Avenue, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer to...

145. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p482 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 4, 1909-1957, Page p482 1909-1957 A portion of Kansas City from E. 34th Street south to E. 36th Street and from Tracy Avenue east to Flora Avenue, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page...

146. Scene of Triple Killing Scene of Triple Killing August 12, 1933 Looking west toward Troost Ave. from the southeast corner of Armour and Forest streets. The scene is part of investigation that took place following the August 12, 1933 murder of bootlegger Ferris Anthon...

147. Scene of Triple Killing Scene of Triple Killing August 12, 1933 View looking northwest from the southeast corner of Armour Blvd. and Forest St. The scene is part of investigation that took place following the August 12, 1933 murder of bootlegger Ferris Anthon by mobster...

148. Site of Kansas City Life Insurance Building Site of Kansas City Life Insurance Building Full frontal view of site before building was built, looking west from Armour Boulevard and Broadway.

149. Smith (Armour) Residences Smith (Armour) Residences Full frontal and partial side view; located on Armour Boulevard.

150. Sombart Style Sombart Style November/December 2006 Article shows several apartments in the Sombart Apartments, "built in 1924 for J. Russell Sutherline."

151. Some Beautiful Homes of Kansas City Some Beautiful Homes of Kansas City January/11/1914 Illustrations and captions for eight large houses or mansions in Kansas City, including the following: (1) the "E. Dickinson home, 5200 Madison Ave[nue], an Elizabethan residence with strong partisans,"...

152. Speaking Her Mind: For 45 Years, a Flow of Manuscripts Speaking Her Mind: For 45 Years, a Flow of Manuscripts July/18/1963 File containing an illustration and autobiographical article about Velma West Sykes, or Velma Sykes, a Kansas City Star journalist since 1918 residing at 300 East Armour Boulevard.

153. Spring Building Activity Spring Building Activity March/31/1901 Article about the new residential construction boom in Kansas City, describing the new and varying styles of architecture and methods of construction contrasting with simpler designs of the city in the...

154. Spring Building Activity Spring Building Activity March/31/1901 Illustrations and descriptions of the following residences new in Kansas City in 1901: (1) Dr. E. L. Henderson at 26th and Forest Avenue, designed by A. B. Anderson; (2) A. E. Holmes at Valentine and Roanoke...

155. Stilwell's Dream Stilwell's Dream December//1946 Illustration and biographical article about Arthur Stilwell, a railroad and interurban street railway builder in Kansas City residing at 720 East Armour Boulevard in 1902. Story of his dream that year...

156. The Colonnade Apartment On Armour Boulevard The Colonnade Apartment On Armour Boulevard May 1, 1905 A photograph of the Colonnade Apartments located on Armour Boulevard between Wyandotte and Central Streets. It was designed by J. W. McKecknie. This short article is actually an ad for the Kansas City...

157. The Georgia Brown Dramatic School and Children's Theatre Arts, Kansas City, Missouri The Georgia Brown Dramatic School and Children's Theatre Arts, Kansas City, Missouri 1927, ca. Pamphlet or booklet containing a photo and biographical sketch of Jeanne Eagels, "the most ambitious child of the [Georgia Brown Dramatic School at 800 East Armour Boulevard] school's history," going on...

158. The Happy Warrior: A Local Lawyer Is Fighting for the Honor of Midtown--whether Midtown Likes It or The Happy Warrior: A Local Lawyer Is Fighting for the Honor of Midtown--whether Midtown Likes It or Not January/23/1983 Photos and biographical article about J. Nelson Happy, a 39-year-old lawyer (in 1983) purchasing and redeveloping many old properties in Midtown Kansas City, preserving historic architecture and discouraging...

159. The Newbern Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri The Newbern Hotel, Kansas City, Missouri November//1927 Drawings and photos of the hotel at 517 Armour Boulevard, designed by Ernest O. Brostrom, architect, also known as the Peacock Apartment building.

160. The Southern Architect: First Annual Review of the Architectural Exhibit The Southern Architect: First Annual Review of the Architectural Exhibit September//1912 Photos of the E. H. L. Thompson residence at 630 East Armour Boulevard in 1903 and 1905, with landscaping designed by architects Hare & Hare.