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101. Hotel Closing News to Staff [and] Salvaged Art Work Hotel Closing News to Staff [and] Salvaged Art Work November/22/1973 Photo and caption about the removal and preservation of griffins and other "terra cotta tile sculpture" from the Senator Hotel at 17 West 12th prior to its demolition and replacement by a parking lot....

102. Hotel Muehlebach Hotel Muehlebach Nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places, item 7, pages 1-2, for the Hotel Muehlebach at 12th and Baltimore Avenue.

103. Hotel Muehlebach in 1915 Hotel Muehlebach in 1915 February 6, 1971 Photo and text about the intersection of 12th and Wyandotte Streets, depicting the Hotel Muehlebach and adjacent Orpheum Theater, the latter referred to as razed, possibly extending to the similar fate...

104. Hoyt-Ballentine-Kelley Investment Company Hoyt-Ballentine-Kelley Investment Company circa 1911. Photos of the company's interior and description of the business at 1009 Baltimore Avenue.

105. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1900 Photo of the "residence of John A. Prescott [or John Prescott], 3416 Baltimore Avenue."

106. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photo of the J. C. Egelhoff mansion at 2700 Baltimore Avenue, with a tower.

107. Is Modern Worth Saving? Is Modern Worth Saving? August 13, 2006 The TWA rehab project represents a significant architectural issue: What makes a modern building worth saving? Historic preservation of the TWA building at 18th and Baltimore Avenue will be complete in...

108. J. M. Green, 86, Dies: He Was a Grocer Here Many Years J. M. Green, 86, Dies: He Was a Grocer Here Many Years June 12, 1968 Photo and obituary for James Green ("grand-nephew of Father Bernard Donnelly"), "86, of Westover road," a "retail and wholesale grocer in Kansas City," operating a grocery store in the 1890s "on the northeast...

109. James H. McGee James H. McGee Information on James Hyatt McGee, or James McGee (1786-1840), an early town builder arriving at Liberty in 1827 and then proceeding to Chouteau's Westport Landing (early Kansas City) in 1828, building...

110. James Malcolmson James Malcolmson March 26, 1905 Photo and bio of James Waddell Malcolmson, or James Malcolmson, "one of the foremost mining engineers of the country," born in England in 1866 and emigrating to Kansas City (about 1892 as "engineer and...

111. John Adams Prescott John Adams Prescott File contains a paper on the New England ancestry of John Adams Prescott, or John Prescott, a Kansas City banker born in New Hampshire in 1866 and residing here at 3416 Baltimore Avenue.

112. John Adams Prescott John Adams Prescott 1938 Biographical sketch of John Adams Prescott, or John Prescott, president of the Prescott-Wright-Snider Company at 918 Baltimore Avenue. Born in New Hampshire in 1866 and coming to Kansas City in 1894 as...

113. John Martling John Martling Information on John Martling, an architect in Kansas City from 1886 to 1930 and a native of Neosho, Missouri. Description of his career, designing many residences and apartments (226 West 53rd Street in...

114. John Taylor Dry Goods Company John Taylor Dry Goods Company Postcard of the interior of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company

115. Jones-Hettelsater Construction Jones-Hettelsater Construction 1950 Description of the Jones-Hettelsater Construction Company ("designers and builders for flour and feed millers"), established in 1920 by A. R. Hettelsater, president, and the late E. N. Jones, with photos,...

116. Joseph Porter Joseph Porter 1938 Biographical sketch of Joseph Franklin Porter, or Joseph Porter, chairman of the board of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City. Born in Iowa in 1863 and working...

117. Kansas City--Shows Missouri Kansas City--Shows Missouri February/4/1928 Pictorial article about the history and growth of Kansas City, with photos, illustration, and captions showing and describing the changes in Kansas City's appearance and functions from its early days to...

118. Kansas City Power & Light Building Profile Kansas City Power & Light Building Profile 1999

119. Kansas City Power & Light Company: The First Ninety Years Kansas City Power & Light Company: The First Ninety Years 1972 Building at 1330 Baltimore Avenue at time of first occupation in 1931 was the tallest west of the Mississippi River.

120. Kansas City Power and Light Building Kansas City Power and Light Building circa 1935 View looking north up Baltimore Avenue from near 15th Street in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The Kansas City Power and Light Building is in full view in the center of the photograph. The sign for the...