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1. Bonfils Building Bonfils Building 1950 Corner view looking southwest; located at southwest corner of 12th and Grand. Also shows Wonderland Arcade and Regent Theater.

2. Bonfils Building Bonfils Building 1978 Side view of Grand Avenue frontage, looking northwest; also shows Wonderland Arcade.

3. Bonfils Building Bonfils Building 1989 Full frontal and corner view, looking southwest. Shows renovation.

4. Group Lists Downtown Landmarks Group Lists Downtown Landmarks October 26, 2004 The Kansas City Chapter of the American Institute of Architects compiled a list of 25 buildings in the central business district that they believe are significant downtown landmarks ''worthy of attention...

5. Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid 1926-1929 This collection is composed of 69 black and white photographs of varying sizes and nine sketches and features business buildings compiled in scrapbook form by Henry D. Green in 1926-1928. Most of the pictures...

6. President's Column President's Column November-December//1983 Short essay by the president of the Historic Kansas City Foundation about historic preservation in Downtown Kansas City structures with favorable comparisons to San Antonio buildings. Mention of restoration...

7. The Progress of a New Firm The Progress of a New Firm May/15/1915 Photo and biographical article about E. B. Silkwood, "a high-class tailor" coming to Kansas City about 1883 and located "at 107 East [10th Street], in the new Bonfils Building."