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1. Yoga Gallery Yoga Gallery 1999 Yoga Gallery at 2010 Baltimore (Crossroads District).

2. City Market City Market 1989 Year-round produce vendors located in permant Market buildings.

3. KCResources, page 97 KCResources, page 97

4. Presenting Kansas City to its forty thousand newcomers. Presenting Kansas City to its forty thousand newcomers. March 7, 1943 Written as a a "guide to newcomers to Kansas City", this article provides an overview of the City, its layout and attractions in 1943.

5. Emery, Bird, Thayer Window Display Emery, Bird, Thayer Window Display 1905 Window display with mannequins and purses of the department store on 11th Street between Walnut and Grand Avenue.

6. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Whole chapter about R. A. Long and the building named after him constructed in 1907 at 10th and Grand Avenues.

7. Nicholas Jarrot and His Cahokia Mansion Nicholas Jarrot and His Cahokia Mansion July/August 2011 While the article describes the mansion built by Nicholas Jarrot, a French immigrant who arrived in America in 1791, New Orleans in 1793, and Cahokia in 1794, it also gives information about Jarrot and...

8. KCResources, page 30 KCResources, page 30

9. Living High Downtown Living High Downtown October 5, 2005 What was once the Fidelity National Bank and Trust Building at 9th and Walnut, later a federal office building, officially became Missouri's tallest apartment building recently. Developer Glenn Solomon...

10. Watt Webb Castle Watt Webb Castle August 30, 1953 Watt Webb Castle is east of stone arch bridge on Truman Road.

11. Building Carnival Floats Building Carnival Floats October 1899 W. H. Jennens, located at 1616 Grand Avenue, is the only carnival float workshop in Kansas City, aside from the Priests of Pallace' den. During most of the year the factory is in the "business of manufactruing...

12. Voters Back Plan to Switch 7 Schools Voters Back Plan to Switch 7 Schools November 7, 2007 Voters in both the Kansas City School District and the Independence School District voted overwhelmingly to move seven schools located in western Independence, Missouri, from the Kansas City School District...

13. Points of Interest along a Business Street in an Office Building Points of Interest along a Business Street in an Office Building April 1910 Views and observations from the inside and outside of the businesses in the Scarritt Arcade building.

14. Unidentified View With Building Unidentified View With Building ca1915 View, possibly from a train, across field to a building presumably in Kansas City. Handwriting on photo says KC Terminal.

15. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial View, looking toward the northwest, of the Liberty Memorial shaft, museum buildings and some of its landscaping. A small portion of downtown Kansas City, Missouri can be seen on the right.

16. Liberty Memorial Liberty Memorial View, looking toward the northwest, of the Liberty Memorial shaft, museum buildings and some of its landscaping. A small portion of downtown Kansas City, Missouri can be seen on the right.

17. First National Bank Building (10th and Baltimore) First National Bank Building (10th and Baltimore) View, fairly close up, of bank building from southwest corner of 10th and Baltimore.

18. Ilus W. Davis Park Ilus W. Davis Park 2001-06-30 View taken from 11th Street in front of City Hall looking toward the north. Construction work for the Ilus W. Davis Park, located between Oak, Locust, 11th and 9th Streets, is in view. The Charles Evan...

19. Robert Keith Furniture Store Robert Keith Furniture Store 1950 View of window display during Kansas City Centennial.

20. Flood Damaged Area Flood Damaged Area 1951 View of West Bottoms in the aftermath of the 1951 Flood, showing the buildings of the Rudy-Patrick Seed Co., Sunshine Biscuits, the Peppard Seed Co., Helmers Manufacturing Co., and Standard Seed Co.