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81. Homes and Floor Plans Homes and Floor Plans February 1939 This issue contains photos of homes with floor plans of some residences built by the J. C. Nichols Company in the Country Club District.

82. HKCF Homes Tour in Sunset Hill HKCF Homes Tour in Sunset Hill Fall 1994 Brief review of residences in Sunset Hill on the upcoming homes tour.

83. History of the Neighborhood History of the Neighborhood Fall//1998 History and current description of "the excellent example of the planned residential subdivisions developed by the J. C. Nichols Company," including the Crestwood residential district established in 1919...

84. Historic Notes about Neighborhoods: Kansas City's Country Club District Historic Notes about Neighborhoods: Kansas City's Country Club District Winter//1986 General history of the Country Club District, starting in 1905 "out in the country" and developing into a carefully planned standard of residential planning.

85. He Makes Homes Grow in Waste Places: The Story of a Kansas City Man, Just over Forty, Who Has Made a He Makes Homes Grow in Waste Places: The Story of a Kansas City Man, Just over Forty, Who Has Made a Fortune and Who Has Done a Great Service in the Real Estate Business March//1923 Photo and interview of Jesse Clyde Nichols, or J. C. Nichols, describing his life and career as a ground-breaking real estate developer and residential district planner in Kansas City.

86. He Makes Homes Grow in Waste Places He Makes Homes Grow in Waste Places March//1923 Interview with Nichols on his business tactics in the growth of his real estate development, along with anecdotes about neighbors causing notable nuisances.

87. He Didn't Stop with the Vision He Didn't Stop with the Vision June/21/1935 Photos and biographical article about J. C. Nichols and his city planning projects in Kansas City with the Country Club residential district and Country Club Plaza shopping center, etc.

88. Hare, Sid J. and S. Herbert Hare Hare, Sid J. and S. Herbert Hare Information including illustrations on the architectural firm of Hare & Hare, made up of Sidney Hare (1860-1938) and his son S. Herbert Hare (1888-1960), begun in 1910 and continuing into the late 1900s...

89. George E. Nicholson Residence George E. Nicholson Residence 2008 Description and history of the George E. Nicholson residence designed by Thomas and William Wight in Kansas City. Built in 1917-1918, the house is located in the Sunset Hill addition of the Country Club...

90. Gateway to the Past Gateway to the Past October 10, 2007 Katie Allison tries to garner monetary support to save the crumbling brick and iron columns on the southwest and northwest corners of Meyer Boulevard and Wornall, the eastern entrance to Greenway Fields...

91. Garden Homes: Planned and Executed by J. C. Nichols Garden Homes: Planned and Executed by J. C. Nichols //1920-1930, ca. Book of Country Club Plaza homes only. Mary Rockwell on the last page of the book. George Fuller Green toward the end of the book. John Van Brunt through the entire book.

92. Garden Homes: Planned and Executed by J. C. Nichols Garden Homes: Planned and Executed by J. C. Nichols //1920-1930, ca. Drawings, photographs, and floorplans of homes built in the Country Club District in the 1920s.

93. From $1.25 to $1600 an Acre: Part of Armour Farm Bought by J. C. Nichols for $370,000 From $1.25 to $1600 an Acre: Part of Armour Farm Bought by J. C. Nichols for $370,000 April/2/1922 Notice of the sale of the Armour farm land between 65th, Oak, 71st, and Wornall Road to the J. C. Nichols Investment Company.

94. First-Prize Plan for New Subdivision in Country Club District, Kansas City, Missouri First-Prize Plan for New Subdivision in Country Club District, Kansas City, Missouri June//1925 Drawings or maps of prize-winning design for new subdivision at the restricted residential area along with qualifications for determining the winner.

95. Extension of Hampstead Gardens and Greenway Fields: "A Romance of the Land" Extension of Hampstead Gardens and Greenway Fields: "A Romance of the Land" March 1922 Illustrated map and description of the extended sub-districts, between Ward Parkway, Huntington Road, 65th Street, and Brookside Boulevard, within the Country Club District.

96. Executives at Home: A Modern Masterpiece Executives at Home: A Modern Masterpiece October//1993 Article about the restoration of the notable house, "a streamlined celebration of the machine age," in the Country Club District, filmed in the movie "Mr. And Mrs. Bridge" and occupied by a building designer's...

97. Established Upper-Bracket Neighborhood Offers Charm and Convenience Established Upper-Bracket Neighborhood Offers Charm and Convenience November 30, 2003 Article profiles the Sunset Hill neighborhood, a stable neighborhood of older homes south of the Country Club Plaza.

98. Editorial: Kansas City, June 21 to 24 [and] Kansas City Itself Editorial: Kansas City, June 21 to 24 [and] Kansas City Itself February 1937 Accompanying articles about "the 30th annual meeting of the American Home Economics Association" in June 1937 at Kansas City, with a general description of the city and its geography, climate, and landmarks,...

99. Early Kansas City Architects: Homemaker Par Excellence Early Kansas City Architects: Homemaker Par Excellence June 1978 Photos and biographical article about Elizabeth Evans Rivard, a contemporary woman architect of Nelle Peters in Kansas City, designing mainly homes from about 1923 to 1933. Description of her life and...

100. Designers' Showhouse Revisited! A Look Back at the Colorful History of One of Kansas City's Favorite Designers' Showhouse Revisited! A Look Back at the Colorful History of One of Kansas City's Favorite Homes January-February 1993 Story of the mansion at 55th and Ward Parkways in the Country Club District, and its owner, Mack B. Nelson, a Long-Bell Lumber Company executive.