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1. 'The Right Mix' 'The Right Mix' May/24/2000 New owner, Highwoods Properties, assures the neighborhood groups that the Brookside Shopping Center will not change..

2. 63rd and Wyandotte 63rd and Wyandotte September 3, 1940 Looking southeast from the northwest corner of 63rd and Wyandotte. This portion of Wyandotte later renamed Brookside Plaza. A Parkview Drugstore is in view.

3. Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri January 1964 Aerial photograph of one square mile of Kansas City, Missouri showing the Brookside neighborhood including 55th Street south. Map identified from set as Section 32, Township 49N, Range 33W, S-100.

4. Another New Safeway Store Opens Friday April 12th: 113 W. 63rd (near 63rd & Brookside) Another New Safeway Store Opens Friday April 12th: 113 W. 63rd (near 63rd & Brookside) April/12/1935 Photo and ad about the new Safeway grocery store opening in 1935 at 113 West 63rd Street, near 63rd and Brookside Boulevards.

5. Biography of Robert E. Arfsten (1930-2002), Shopkeeper Biography of Robert E. Arfsten (1930-2002), Shopkeeper 2003

6. Brookside Changes Brookside Changes September 30, 2000 Brief article about the Brookside district or Brookside neighborhood and the "pending demise of our [its] Brookside Amoco station," among other traditional neighborhood institutions with the advent of...

7. Brookside Fixture Closes Its Doors Brookside Fixture Closes Its Doors June 29, 2006 The Dime Store located in Brookside has apparently closed for good. Located at 314 W. 63rd Street, it was owned by Bob Arfsten. After his death in 2002, his niece attempted to keep it open with new merchandise...

8. Brookside Hotel Brookside Hotel Postcard of the Brookside Hotel

9. Brookside Memories Brookside Memories May//1980 Article about the development of the Brookside neighborhood from the days of the Wornall farm in 1858 to the present, with photos.

10. Brookside Plaza Brookside Plaza 1992 Looking south along the west side of Brookside Plaza.

11. Brookside Residential District Brookside Residential District File contains newspaper clippings about the district, a pamphlet on a park in memory of Bob Arfsten, proprietor of the Brookside Dime Store.

12. Brookside Shopping Area Brookside Shopping Area 1992 Looking east along the north side of 63rd Street from Brookside Boulevard.

13. Brookside Shopping Area Brookside Shopping Area 1992 Looking east along the north side of 63rd Street from Brookside Plaza.

14. Brookside Shopping Center Brookside Shopping Center Information about the Brookside district as a mixed-use shopping center and residential district at about 63rd and Brookside Boulevard (between Main and Wornall Roads). Description of its history, established...

15. Brookside Typifies Benefits of Sustainable Community Brookside Typifies Benefits of Sustainable Community August 15-21, 2008 Article cites Brookside in Kansas City as an example of a sustainable community. The area is characterized by locally owned businesses, a high level of foot traffic, and "charm." The Roasterie Cafe is...

16. Brookside's Future in Question Brookside's Future in Question November/10/1999 Article about the disappearance of small businesses in the Brookside shopping community, damaging the economy of the business and residential district.

17. Brookside: A Small Town in a Big City Brookside: A Small Town in a Big City February//1984 Article describing the Brookside neighborhood as a mixed residential and business district, similar to a small town, with photos and illustrated map.

18. Brookside: Use It or Lose It Brookside: Use It or Lose It September 2000 Photos and article about the increasing difficulty of competing in the modern market for the Brookside business district, built in the 1920s and 1930s around 63rd and Wornall Roads and threatened in 2000...

19. Business: Crestwood Tenants Secure Destiny Business: Crestwood Tenants Secure Destiny April/12/2000 Article about the purchase in the Brookside neighborhood by local business people of the Crestwood Shopping Center, "the first commercial building built by J. C. Nichols," describing the improvements to...

20. City Makes Progress on Brookside Sewer Project City Makes Progress on Brookside Sewer Project April 26, 2006 Review of sewer project in Brookside to help prevent flooding.