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41. The Pork Authority: Mike Burke Develops a Client List The Pork Authority: Mike Burke Develops a Client List March/7-13/2002 Brief article describing the legal representation of Highwoods Properties, and the company's plan to develop on the site of the Park Lane Apartments.

42. The Plaza: a Love Affair to Remember The Plaza: a Love Affair to Remember July/August, 2002 The author describes his life-long love affair with the architecture and ornamentation of the Country Club Plaza.

43. The Plaza Walking Tour The Plaza Walking Tour June//1980 Guides to the Plaza with maps and points of interest with many photos.

44. The Plaza Perception The Plaza Perception March 20, 2011 Cover story about the Country Club Plaza and some of its locally owned businesses. Includes a map, "Who Is Local at the Plaza?" identifying not only the locally owned business but all the stores on the...

45. 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.

46. The Plaza The Plaza July-August//1976 Numerous tidbits about the Plaza with photos, including the Giralda being the tallest building at 130 feet.

47. The Play's the Thing: For Producer Marilyn Strauss, KC's Shakespeare in the Park Means More than Her The Play's the Thing: For Producer Marilyn Strauss, KC's Shakespeare in the Park Means More than Her Broadway Successes May 2001 Photo and biographical article about Marilyn Strauss, "Broadway producer and founder of the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival." Growing up in Detroit and California before coming to Kansas Cityand...

48. 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...

49. The Napoleon of Southtown: His Name Was N. W. Dible and He Built Houses, Thousands of Houses The Napoleon of Southtown: His Name Was N. W. Dible and He Built Houses, Thousands of Houses July//1985 Biographical article about Napoleon Dible, or N. W. Dible, a "pioneer in the field of speculative housing," designer or builder of "5,000 homes built here [in south Kansas City] from 1905 until his death...

50. The Kansas City-Seville Connection The Kansas City-Seville Connection January/25/1993 Article described the relationship between Kansas City, Missouri and Seville, Spain. The author focuses on the representation of Kansas City in the 1992 Expo (classified as a World's Fair-type international...

51. 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...

52. The Decline of a Dream: No Longer True to Planner's Vision The Decline of a Dream: No Longer True to Planner's Vision April/15/1984 Article with map, drawing, and photos about the change in design from the Plaza's original plans with shorter, uniform buildings with wide open spaces to more and taller buildings.

53. The Danger Zone The Danger Zone July//1991 Article discussing various land use plans for the area to the east of the Country Club Plaza, including a corridor linking East and West ethnic communities, University Park, and Park Central Plaza (led...

54. The Danger Zone The Danger Zone July//1991 Article about problems with real estate developers and developments east of the Plaza, including the Rockhill neighborhood and University Park, the proposed research park adjacent to the University of...

55. The Country Club Plaza: Where Quality is a Tradition The Country Club Plaza: Where Quality is a Tradition 1967 Illustrated map of Country Club Plaza showing buildings and other features.

56. The Country Club Plaza: The Center . . . of Everything The Country Club Plaza: The Center . . . of Everything 1965 Illustrated map of Country Club Plaza showing buildings and other features.

57. The Country Club Plaza: Gateway to the Country Club District The Country Club Plaza: Gateway to the Country Club District 1958 Illustrated map of the Country Club Plaza showing buildings and other features.

58. The Country Club Plaza: America's First Shopping Center The Country Club Plaza: America's First Shopping Center 1975 A 22 page photocopy of a research paper presented to the School of Arts and Science at Central Missouri State University. It contains footnotes and a bibliography.

59. The Country Club District Has Lost a Good Friend The Country Club District Has Lost a Good Friend March//1924 Obituary for William Johnson (1845-1924), a native of the Shawnee Mission in Johnson County, Kansas, and contributor to the development of the Country Club Plaza.

60. The Country Club District The Country Club District 1950 Map of Country Club District including Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Meyer Circle, Stratford Gardens, etc. On back is a map of the greater Kansas City area showing the Country Club district in relation...