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161. Over Three Million Dollars Over Three Million Dollars March 14, 1914 Illustration and description of new Hotel Muehlebach at 12th Street and Baltimore Avenue and the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company. Modified colonial style, terra cotta trim, interior with mahogany, marble,...

162. Over Three Million Dollars Over Three Million Dollars March/14/1914 Article referring to the new Orpheum Theater as one of the country's finest theaters, facing Baltimore Avenue.

163. Parking Plan Advances Parking Plan Advances June 10, 2005 Article discusses a plan to demolish the vacant Italian Gardens restaurant and build a parking garage to supplement parking for City Center Square offices.

164. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photo and short text about the Orient Hotel at 9th and Baltimore Avenues.

165. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photo of the Baltimore Apartments, a four-story brick and stone building with short columns at 3841-3843 Baltimore Avenue.

166. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. [L]eading consulting engineering firms specializing in "heating and ventilating," established in about 1903 at 1311-1313 Baltimore Avenue.

167. Peregrine Honig, Local Artist Peregrine Honig, Local Artist File contains a flyer for a 2000 exhibit of the art of Peregrine Honig (a woman) at the Byron C. Cohen Gallery for Contemporary Art at 2020 Baltimore Avenue.

168. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts December/25/1915 Photo and biographical article about Wallace Robinson, "owner and operator of "the Orville Apartments in Kansas City" and the Westgate Hotel at 9th and Main Streets. Born in Canada in 1866 and coming "to...

169. Plan Convention Site: Contracts for Construction of Center on Old Orpheum Theater Property Have Been Plan Convention Site: Contracts for Construction of Center on Old Orpheum Theater Property Have Been Let by the Hotel Muehlebach January 31, 1965 Illustration, caption, and article about a proposed "large and modern convention center on the old Orpheum theater site" planned for 1966 by the Hotel Muehlebach on Baltimore Avenue, complete with expansions...

170. Post Card from Old Kansas City Post Card from Old Kansas City January/22/1972 Photo and history of the Shubert Theater.

171. Post Card from Old Kansas City Post Card from Old Kansas City March/27/1971 Photo and history of the Willis Wood Theatre, depicting firemen with equipment and horses in front of the theater.

172. Power & Light Revamp is a Go Power & Light Revamp is a Go August 23, 2014 Article announces that a redevelopment plan for the Kansas City Power & Light Building located at 106 W. 14th Street has been approved by the Planned Industrial Expansion Authority. Details of the redevelopment...

173. Power and Light Building Power and Light Building 1994 [Q]uickly became Kansas City's leading landmark. Photos and description of the 30-story building at 1330 Baltimore Avenue.

174. Q: Why Does the Downtown Area Smell Like Toast? Q: Why Does the Downtown Area Smell Like Toast? October 22, 1995 The aroma wafting through the air in the Garment [Wholesale] District near 8th and Broadway Boulevards can most likely be attributed to the Folger Coffee Company plant. The coffee company was established...

175. Quality Hill First Quarters of the University Club Quality Hill First Quarters of the University Club Fall//1981 Photos and article about the history of the University Club, "started during the boom of 1886" with its first quarters opened in 1902 at the "[o]ld Armour residence which stood at 1216 Broadway on Quality...

176. R. S. Beachy R. S. Beachy 1938 Biographical sketch of R. S. Beachy, president and founder of the First Mortgage Investment Company at 1016 Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City, established in 1927 after being vice-president of the Waddell...

177. R.A. Long Building R.A. Long Building Postcard of the R.A. Long Building

178. Ralph W. Street Dies Ralph W. Street Dies May/16/1953 Obituary for Ralph Wood Street, or Ralph Street, "70, lawyer, who was credited with the conception of the Bagnell Dam, which resulted in the Lake of the Ozarks." Native of Saint Joseph, Missouri coming...

179. Reaches Goal to Paint as Hobby Reaches Goal to Paint as Hobby August/15/1966 Photo and biographical article about William Lacy, an artist "recently retired from the General Service administration [as regional director of business and public affairs] and formerly operating his own...

180. Rolla Coleman Rolla Coleman 1938 Biographical sketch of Rolla Craig Coleman, vice-president of the American Safety Tank Company at 912 Baltimore Avenue who was born in 1900 in Kansas City and started as an insurance agent in 1922 until...