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1. Living the Plaza Life Living the Plaza Life Winter//1998 Article about the suitability of the Plaza to Jewish people accustomed to urban life in a big city.

2. The Firm of Hare & Hare and the Art of Landscape Architecture The Firm of Hare & Hare and the Art of Landscape Architecture Winter-Spring//2001 Photos, maps, illustrations, and article about the Kansas City landscape architecture and city planning firm of Hare & Hare made up of Sid Hare (1860-1938) and his son J. Herbert Hare (1888-1960). Designers...

3. A Material World A Material World Winter 2005 Article describes two Kansas City stores that feature fine fabrics. Cy Rudnik's Fine Fabrics has been at Crown Center since 1976. Kaplan's Fabrics, in the Country Club Plaza since 1946, is now owned by...

4. Feature Story: Architect Delk Created Great Beauty in the KC Area Feature Story: Architect Delk Created Great Beauty in the KC Area Summer//1999 Article about the life and local works of the architect Delk.

5. If Van Tuyl Get His Way, Here's What We'll Lose! If Van Tuyl Get His Way, Here's What We'll Lose! Spring//1997 Plans by developer Cecil Van Tuyl to replace 1920s Plaza architecture with new office buildings, parking, and apartments.

6. Do You Know? Surprising Tidbits about Our Unique State Do You Know? Surprising Tidbits about Our Unique State Spring-Summer//1990 One page of various little-known facts about the state of Missouri, pertaining to Abraham Lincoln, Aunt Jemima, the Country Club Plaza, etc.

7. Blushingly Beautiful: Sophian Plaza Condo Is Anything But Ordinary Blushingly Beautiful: Sophian Plaza Condo Is Anything But Ordinary Spring 2010 Article about the ground floor condo owned by Danie Dunn in the Sophian Plaza. The apartment building in the Country Club Plaza was built in the Beaux Arts Classical Style in 1922 by architect Harry J....

8. Diamond Safari Diamond Safari September/7/1972 Photo with caption about the 50th anniversary of the Plaza at the Alameda Plaza Hotel, with a $50-per-plate "Diamond Safari Ball."

9. Jesse F. Lauck Dies: Architect, 81, Designed Kansas City Buildings Jesse F. Lauck Dies: Architect, 81, Designed Kansas City Buildings September/29/1969 Photo and obituary for Jesse Lauck, "81 years old, designer of many famous Kansas City hotels and apartment buildings." Description of his life and career as a native of Denver coming to Kansas City as...

10. Kansas City's Deluge Kansas City's Deluge September/26/1977 Photos and article about the destructive flash flood along Brush Creek and the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City in 1977, sweeping away numerous automobiles and engulfing a trailer park, etc.

11. The Patio Lobby of the New Plaza Theater Will Have the Rich Outline and Ornaments of a Spanish Courtyard The Patio Lobby of the New Plaza Theater Will Have the Rich Outline and Ornaments of a Spanish Courtyard September/23/1928 Sketch of the courtyard area of the new Plaza Theater. Article explains in detail how the area will look. "The execution of the plans was by Edward W. Tanner, head of the J. C. Nichols Companies' architectural...

12. 5 Dead, Many Missing in Flood 5 Dead, Many Missing in Flood September/14/1977 Photo of cars floating toward the Plaza tennis courts and description of damages, power outages, etc.

13. Persona Creata: Holloway's Holiday Persona Creata: Holloway's Holiday September//1997 Biographical article about Bob Holloway, an artist residing in a "custom-built home in south Kansas City," with illustrations and description of him and his art career. He participated "in the Country...

14. Friends & Neighbors: "The Best Hamburger in the World" Friends & Neighbors: "The Best Hamburger in the World" September//1990 Article about the history and preservation of Kansas City's first drive-in, Winstead's restaurant at Brush Creek on the Plaza, built in 1940 in Art Deco style.

15. The Plaza Is the City's "Heart" The Plaza Is the City's "Heart" September//1982 Plaza said to make Kansas City unique because of its anchoring effect on the city's Midtown area. From special advertising supplement with photos.

16. That Damned Missouri River That Damned Missouri River September//1971 Photos, map, and extensive article about the Missouri River and its history of navigation and surrounding settlements. Depiction of Kansas City area scenes including Downtown and the Country Club Plaza,...

17. Volker Park: Paradise Lost Volker Park: Paradise Lost September//1970 Article about the hippies and potential criminal element in and around the park, and the effects on the Plaza district.

18. Edward Buehler Delk Edward Buehler Delk September//1956 Biographical article about Edward Buehler Delk (1885-1956), an architect arriving in Kansas City in 1920 from Philadelphia to work on the new Country Club Plaza, later designing homes in that area and...

19. Edward Buehler Delk Edward Buehler Delk September//1956 File containing an obituary for Edward Buehler Delk, or Edward Delk (1885-1956), an architect born in New York and coming to Kansas City in 1920 as co-designer of the Country Club Plaza for the J. C. Nichols...

20. Show Me Cycling Show Me Cycling September 9, 2007 One-hundred and twenty professional cyclists from 20 countries have converged on the Show-Me State to compete in the inaugural "Tour of Missouri" bicycle race. Stage one of the event, beginning September...