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1. 150 Facts About Kansas City 150 Facts About Kansas City 2000 List of 150 facts prepared for the sesquicentennial of Kansas City in 2000.

2. A Pennsylvania Family Brings Its Barn to Kansas A Pennsylvania Family Brings Its Barn to Kansas Spring//1999 Article about the "cultural transplantation" of Pennsylvania barn styles to Kansas, through such families as the Henrys, with several photos and illustrations.

3. Adding Dynamic Design to a Downtown Project Adding Dynamic Design to a Downtown Project Highlights of 360 Architecture and its work with the new JE Dunn headquarters on Locust between 11th and 10th streets. Gives descriptions of design and innovative uses or materials, like the flooring which...

4. Barn Scene Barn Scene Unidentified men and horses in front of barn.

5. City Plans to Move Historic Barn City Plans to Move Historic Barn November/27/1969 Photo and article about the plans to preserve the 1864 Legler barn by moving it stone-by-stone from 95th and Quivira Roads to 105th and Pflumm Roads.

6. Coates House Hotel Coates House Hotel Postcard of the Coates House Hotel

7. Columbian Steel Tank Company Columbian Steel Tank Company Promotional postcard from the Columbian Steel Tank Co

8. Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record Commonwealth of Missouri; A Centennial Record //1877 Much early history of the Kansas City area, dwelling upon early explorers, settlers, and economy.

9. Cow Barn Cow Barn 9-May-37 Cow barn at the Thomas W. Sanborn Residence, 110th and Troost.

10. Echoes of Century in Old Barn Echoes of Century in Old Barn January/25/1964 History of the old limestone barn built in 1864 by Swiss immigrant Adam Legler at about 95th and Quivira Roads.

11. Farm Equipment Farm Equipment Unidentified equipment outside barn.

12. Farm Equipment Farm Equipment 1900 Unidentified equipment outside barn.

13. Farm Scene Farm Scene Full view of unidentified farmhouse and associated buildings, including windmill.

14. Goodbye, Trolley Barn Goodbye, Trolley Barn August/30/2000 The Trolley Barn building located at 4835 E. 9th Street at Brighton is due to be demolished by October 9. Efforts to save the building were not successful.

15. Greenwood Airport Site Greenwood Airport Site n.d. Aerial view identified on the back as "Greenwood Airport site." Back of photograph stamped "Courtesy of Transcontinental and Western Air, Inc." View includes an unidentified family farm.

16. Historic Meets Modern in Training Competition Historic Meets Modern in Training Competition May, 2005 Article describes the Longview Horse Park, "revamped" in 2004-2005. The park includes four barns, permanent stabling, and a cross-country course designed by Tremaine Cooper.

17. In Memoriam: Sarah Walter Chandler Coates In Memoriam: Sarah Walter Chandler Coates 1898? Illustration of "The Old Fort," Fort Union or Camp Union, the foundation for the Coates House, at 10th and Central Streets in Kansas City.

18. Independence Boulevard Independence Boulevard Postcard of Independence Boulevard

19. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Photos and description of the "beautiful home, garage and huge dairy barns of W. B. Frey," on "land surrounding the town of Little Blue," Missouri, with Frey's Lakeside Dairy established in 1915.

20. Joe Sanders and Orchestra Group Joe Sanders and Orchestra Group 1950 A Kodak faded color photograph identified on the back as "Our truck and some of the boys - Ft. Worth, Texas, Oct. 12, 1950, leaving for California". They are identified as Stu Irwin, Bob Barns, Hale Rood,...