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81. Fairfax Building Fairfax Building 1945 Full frontal and side view; located at 101 W. 11th. Also shows other buildings along 1100 block of Baltimore.

82. False Faces on Quality Street: An Intimate Close-Up View of Political Intrigue, Scandal and Romance False Faces on Quality Street: An Intimate Close-Up View of Political Intrigue, Scandal and Romance in the American City, with Its Daily Drama of Struggles and Pathos; Triumphs and Thrills 1937 Book set in a fictional version of late 1910s to mid-1930s Kansas City (called Larcen City here) and satirizing "the social life and political conditions" revolving around the Pendergast machine. Written...

83. For Members Only For Members Only May//1993 Oldest business club established in 1882, presently located at 1228 Baltimore Avenue. Past members including Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, R. Crosby Kemper, and Ewing Kauffman.

84. For Members Only For Members Only May//1993 Traditional type business club composed mainly of lawyers and judges, located at 918 Baltimore Avenue.

85. For These Two Properties, 1 Million Dollars For These Two Properties, 1 Million Dollars March/23/1947 Photos and caption about the sale of two buildings on 13th Street to Yale University (based in New Haven, Connecticut) from their owner since 1946, "Spiegel, Inc., [a] Chicago firm." Buildings including...

86. Frank Backstrom Frank Backstrom March 26, 1905 Photo and bio of Frank Backstrom, "one of Kansas City's first merchant tailors," born in Sweden and "president of the International Custom Cutters' Association of America" and Backstrom-Ferguson tailors...

87. Frank Glenn Bookshop Frank Glenn Bookshop Information about Frank Glenn and his widow Ardis Glenn and their bookstore dealing in rare and antiquarian books which started in 1933 at the Country Club Plaza, then moved to the Hotel Muehlebach and...

88. Frank Schudy Sr. Frank Schudy Sr. May 18, 1963 Obituary for Frank Schudy, the manager of the Shubert Theater during the 1920s-1930s, at 10th and Baltimore Avenue, dying at the age of 59 in 1963. Also former employee of Tom Pendergast and owner of the...

89. Grant Stauffer Grant Stauffer 1938 Biographical sketch of Grant Stauffer, president and treasurer of the Sinclair Coal Company at 1012 Baltimore Avenue. Born in Hope, Kansas in 1888 and coming to Kansas City in 1911.

90. Half Way Home Half Way Home May 1972 Article about half-way houses and community centers, highlighting Renaissance House at 3821 Baltimore Avenue.

91. Hanna Rubber Celebrates 75 Years: Longtime KC Firm Relocated, Prospers after Disastrous Fire Hanna Rubber Celebrates 75 Years: Longtime KC Firm Relocated, Prospers after Disastrous Fire September/15/2000 Story of the 75th anniversary and rapid recovery of the Hanna Rubber Company of Kansas City following a devastating fire in 1991, with the company relocating from 1512 Main Street to 1511 Baltimore Avenue,...

92. Happy 75th Anniversary Happy 75th Anniversary September/15/2000 Article about the 75th anniversary of the Italian Gardens restaurant at 1110 Baltimore Avenue, established in 1925 by John Bondon and Frank Lipari at 13th and Walnut Streets, moved to 1531 Grand Avenue...

93. Happy Birthday to You & You & You! Happy Birthday to You & You & You! May-June 1982 Centennial birthday of the organization, the oldest business club in the city, with photo of the Club's building at 1228 Baltimore Avenue.

94. Harley Davis Harley Davis 1938 Biographical sketch of Harley Davis, auditor and assistant secretary of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue who was born in Independence in 1883 and entered the telephone business...

95. Harris House Harris House The Harris Home was built in 1855 by Colonel Jack Harris. The original location was at 40th and Main Streets. It was moved to its present site of 4000 Baltimore Avenue in 1921.

96. Harris/Kearney House Harris/Kearney House 1924 History of the house including the story of its preservation by moving from Westport and Main Streets to 4000 Baltimore Avenue.

97. Henry Kuhn Henry Kuhn 1938 Biographical sketch of Henry Kuhn, vice-president of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue. He was born in Illinois in 1889 and came to Kansas City in 1918 as an engineer after...

98. Hiram Elliott Hiram Elliott 1938 Biographical sketch of Hiram Elliott, president of the Hiram Elliott Construction Company at 1016 Baltimore Avenue. He was born in Indianapolis in 1884 and arrived in Kansas City in 1907 as co-organizer...

99. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Book contains a photo and caption about the "early Westport home" built in about 1855, located at 4000 Baltimore Avenue.

100. Hoover Brothers, Inc. Hoover Brothers, Inc. Clippings on microfilm about the school supplies company of Hoover Brothers, Incorporated, established in 1900 by Orvis Hoover and his brother Alvin Boyd Hoover, or Alvin Hoover, at the Studio Building...