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1. 10th & Baltimore Streets, Looking South 10th & Baltimore Streets, Looking South Postcard of 10th & Baltimore Streets, Looking South.

2. Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 55 with People and Pets Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 55 with People and Pets ca. 1887 Scrapbook page containing eleven advertising cards. Four small cards are cut to the shape of their image and show three cats and a dog. The other seven cards show the following:
1. A girl picking apples....

3. Amusement Parks Amusement Parks A selection of 8 postcards of Amusement Parks

4. Bill Walters and W.I. Ayres Bill Walters and W.I. Ayres June 13, 1932 Bill Walters and W. I. Ayres seated on benches near Shelter House Number 7.

5. East View From City Point East View From City Point Postcard of East View From City Point

6. Electric Park (2nd) Electric Park (2nd) Postcard view of Electric Park (2nd)

7. Grand Avenue Temple Profile Grand Avenue Temple Profile 2003

8. Holmes Park, Shelter House Holmes Park, Shelter House Postcard of Shelter House at Holmes Park

9. Jackson County Courthouse Profile Jackson County Courthouse Profile 1999

10. KC Parks Enjoy Impressive Rebound KC Parks Enjoy Impressive Rebound July 26, 2009 The SHAPE program (Safe, Healthy and Attractive Public Environments) initiated by Kansas City in 2003 appears to be working. The parks are cleaner and tennis courts, fountains, benches, and drinking fountains...

11. Kessler Society Continues Namesake's Dedication to Landscape Ideals Kessler Society Continues Namesake's Dedication to Landscape Ideals May 8, 2008 Information on George Kessler and the local Kessler Society located at 104 W. Ninth St., Suite 30, Kansas City, Missouri. "The Kessler Society is dedicated to educating the public on the historical significance...

12. Mt. Washington Park, Rustic Bridge Mt. Washington Park, Rustic Bridge Postcard of Rustic Bridge at the Mount Washington Park

13. Nelson Gallery: New Kansas City Museum of Antique Treasures Opens Nelson Gallery: New Kansas City Museum of Antique Treasures Opens December/16/1933 Article about the opening of the Nelson Art Gallery, later called the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, in 1933 in Kansas City. Description of the museum's collections and interior decoration, including "sculptured...

14. Revamp Gives a Boost to Main Revamp Gives a Boost to Main May 1, 2012 Article reports on recent investments in and improvements to the Main Street District, which includes the stretch of Main St. between Downtown and the Country Club Plaza. Recent updates to the district...

15. Sculpture, 62nd and Valley Rd Sculpture, 62nd and Valley Rd ca1930 Decorative bench at 62nd and Valley Road.

16. Swope Park Benches Swope Park Benches Benches in wooded area.

17. Swope Park Benches Swope Park Benches Distant view of benches in wooded area.

18. Tax Tactic Offers Helping Hand Tax Tactic Offers Helping Hand August 30, 2011 A small tax charged in area stores in Community Improvement Districts make possible things like "extra security, removal of trash and graffiti, pretty planters and park benches," as well as area awareness...

19. Unidentified Park Area Unidentified Park Area View of what appears to be a park area with benches and walkways. Park name and location not given.

20. Union Station Union Station 1967-09-02 Interior view of the main/north waiting room located at Union Station. New seating that replaced the wooden benches can be seen. Looking toward the south with the station clock in view.