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61. Early Car Early Car Postcard of early Stevens-Duryea automobile

62. Early Schools of Jackson County Early Schools of Jackson County December 1922 Photo (of Stephen) and biographical description of the family of Stephen Ragan (1823-1909), author of the article and a Confederate veteran growing up in Jackson County. Description of his father Jacob...

63. Family Ties Family Ties February/March 2008 A look at Straub Construction and Ernest J. Straub III (Ernie). In 1920 Ernest J. Straub Sr. began "developing homes, churches and schools in the Mission Hills and Greater Kansas City areas." The company...

64. First Schools in Kansas City First Schools in Kansas City Manuscript, author unknown, gives an overview of education and the first schools in the Kansas City area beginning with the Mormon settlement and their log schoolhouse near "what is now the intersection...

65. Frances Stevens Frances Stevens n.d. Full body portrait in dance costume identified as Frances Stevens, daughter of Mrs. Flora Seeling Stevens, 1102 East Armour Boulevard.

66. Frank S. Land, 69, of De Molay Dies: Founder of Fraternal Group of Youth Served as Imperial Potentate Frank S. Land, 69, of De Molay Dies: Founder of Fraternal Group of Youth Served as Imperial Potentate of Shriners November/10/1959 Photo and obituary for Frank Land (1890-1959), "founder of the Order of De Molay and its director for forty years." Description of his career as a shriner, forming De Molay to help "boys left fatherless...

67. Geha Apartments and Armour Park Apartments Geha Apartments and Armour Park Apartments Illustrations and information on the Geha Apartments and the Armour Park Apartments.

68. Geologic Cross Sections of Kansas City and Jackson County Geologic Cross Sections of Kansas City and Jackson County n.d. Six cross sections of areas of Jackson County, Missouri, and Kansas City, Missouri, illustrate altitude above sea level and types of bedrock. Labels display locations of creeks and rivers, as well as major...

69. George Edward McIntyre George Edward McIntyre March/6/1965 Obituary for George Edward McIntyre, or George McIntyre, architect of several apartments along Armour Boulevard, the Paseo and on the Country Club Plaza, as well as several office buildings and garages...

70. Georgian Court Apartments Georgian Court Apartments Information about the Georgian Court Apartments in the National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form for "Armour Boulevard Multiple Resource Area."

71. Georgian Court Apartments Georgian Court Apartments Full frontal and side view; located at 400 East Armour Boulevard.

72. Gillham Plaza Entrance Gillham Plaza Entrance 1980 View of the entrance to Gillham Plaza, located at 310 E. Armour Boulevard. Designers Don Distler and John Lawrence Daw received an award for their work refurbishing the exterior of this building.

73. Grand Plans For Armour Boulevard Grand Plans For Armour Boulevard November 3, 2006 Five neglected once grand apartment buildings on Armour are to be given a second chance with a proposed renovation project. Antheus Capital LLC, a New Jersey real estate investment company wants to spend...

74. Harrison Boulevard Harrison Boulevard 1995 Description with photos and history of Harrison Boulevard, part of the park and boulevard system, from Armour Boulevard to 39th Street, 0.47 miles long, acquired in 1903-1908.

75. Harry T. Fowler Residence Harry T. Fowler Residence 1989 Full frontal view; located on southwest corner of Main and Armour Boulevard (3 E. Armour).

76. He Beats the Rap but You Take It He Beats the Rap but You Take It May/17/1935 Photo and article about the murder trail of Charles Gargotta, "rat-faced Pendergast political lieutenant and gangster" reportedly interrupted by Sheriff Thomas Bash in "a killing party on Armour boulevard...

77. Henry Beardsley Henry Beardsley May 21, 1905 Photo and bio of Henry Mahan Beardsley, or Henry Beardsley (1858-1938), mayor of Kansas City in 1906 and before that president of "the Kansas City Bar," residing during mayorship at 213 West Armour Boulevard....

78. Henry Johnson, Former Police Chief, Dies Henry Johnson, Former Police Chief, Dies September/2/1975 Photo and obituary for Henry Johnson, "chief of police here from 1947 to 1952 who was widely known as a 'traffic scientist' for his work in promoting traffic safety," dying at the age of 73 in 1975. Description...

79. Henry McCune, Judge Henry McCune, Judge 1925 Photo and bio of Judge Henry McCune, "long recognized as one of the legal lights of Missouri," born in Illinois in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1890 as a lawyer, with residence "in the Georgian Court...

80. Her Own Art Exhibit--at 79 Her Own Art Exhibit--at 79 June/9/1971 Photos and biographical article about Leah Parkins, a "79-year-old grandmother" with her own painting exhibit in Kansas City. Retired hat-maker or hatter residing at 640 East Armour Boulevard.