Missouri Valley Special Collections
Advanced Search | Help | My Favorites
All Images Local History Index  
Search results for: 167 item(s) for: "Armour Boulevard"
Search current collection(s) again
Refine your search
Subject
Armour Boulevard (54)
Apartments (28)
Residences (23)
Maps (18)
Streets (12)
Show more...

Type
Newspaper Article (39)
Book (22)
Magazine Article (17)
Photograph, B/w (17)
Report (12)
Show more...

Date
1925 (8)
1909-1950 (7)
1909-1957 (7)
1908 (5)
1905 (4)
Show more...

Creator
Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred... (5)
Walter P Tracy (5)
Kevin Collison (5)
Ford, Susan Jezak (3)
Unknown (3)
Show more...

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

161. Traymore Apartment Building Traymore Apartment Building November/4/1923 Story of the replacement of the home of A. Rothenberg at Armour and Virginia Avenues by the Traymore Apartment building.

162. View of Gillham from Armor View of Gillham from Armor 1920 Looking north along Gillham from Armour.

163. We Will Dedicate Our New Office Building We Will Dedicate Our New Office Building July/31/1924 Full page ad with illustrations about the dedication of the newly- constructed Kansas City Life Insurance Company Building at Broadway and Armour Boulevards on August 1, 1924.

164. Welcoming Congregations of Kansas City Welcoming Congregations of Kansas City October 1, 2006 Brief article identifying Trinity United Methodist Church, located at Kenwood and Armour Boulevard, as a congregation that has named acceptance of diverse viewpoints and lifestyles as an official organizational...

165. Where Beauty Is Profitable Where Beauty Is Profitable August/26/1911 Article about the "enhancement of values in real estate" in Kansas City due to the 20-year-old park and boulevard system, with description of its self-financing through tax revenues, "a case in which city...

166. Windsor Manor Apartments Windsor Manor Apartments Nomination form for the National Register item 69, from July 1983. Location of Windsor Manor Apartments at 409 East Armour Boulevard, with photos and maps.

167. Wrennmore Apartment Hotel Wrennmore Apartment Hotel December/11/1927 Story of the replacement of the one-family John Parker home at Armour and Harrison Streets by the 70-family Wrennmore Apartment Hotel building.