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1. Asa Beebe Cross Asa Beebe Cross 1956 Short biography of Kansas City architect Asa Beebe Cross (1826-1894), listing his major designs, including the Pacific Hotel, the first Kansas City Union Depot, the Blossom House Hotel, the Jackson County...

2. Asa Beebe Cross Asa Beebe Cross Information about Asa Beebe Cross, or Asa Cross (1828-1894), one of the first architects in Kansas City, arriving in the 1850s from Saint Louis, born in New Jersey, and starting a lumber company, living...

3. Asa Beebe Cross City Directory Entry Asa Beebe Cross City Directory Entry 1869 Description of Asa Beebe Cross as a lumber yard owner and architect in 1869, with the lumber yard near 8th and Main Streets. Page 28: "The lumber yard of A. B. Cross & Co., west side of Main, between Court...

4. Biography of Asa Beebe Cross (1826-1894), Architect Biography of Asa Beebe Cross (1826-1894), Architect 2009

5. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Short biography of Kansas City architect Asa Beebe Cross (1826-1894) written by George Ehrlich. Includes citations.

6. He Built in the Path of Progress: Asa Beebe Cross He Built in the Path of Progress: Asa Beebe Cross May-June//1983 Intensive and biographical article about the career of Kansas City architect Asa Beebe Cross, or Asa Cross (1826-1894), with photos and descriptions of his local buildings, including the Eisen Building...

7. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Photo and short description of the Pacific House hotel at 401-407 Delaware Street, headquarters of General Ewing in the Civil War, designed by architect Asa Beebe Cross.

8. In Pursuit of Asa Beebe Cross: Pioneer Architect of Kansas City In Pursuit of Asa Beebe Cross: Pioneer Architect of Kansas City July-August//1983 Biographical article about Asa Beebe Cross, who was called "the pioneer architect of Kansas City." The author searched for more information about this architect's life and works, traveling to libraries...

9. Kansas City, Its Resources, and Their Development: A Souvenir of the Kansas City Times Kansas City, Its Resources, and Their Development: A Souvenir of the Kansas City Times 1890 Ad for Kansas City architect Asa Beebe Cross, specializing in "Depots, Court Houses, Hotels, School Houses, Public Buildings, etc.," with office at 16 West Missouri Avenue.

10. Lost America: From the Mississippi to the Pacific Lost America: From the Mississippi to the Pacific 1972 Photo of Vaughan's Diamond building, a "successful example of the genre [mansard roofs]," designed by architect Asa Beebe Cross and standing at the Junction in Kansas City from 1869 to about 1890.

11. Major A. B. Cross Dead Major A. B. Cross Dead August/18/1894 Obituary for Kansas City architect Asa Beebe Cross, with a list of his buildings, including the old Jackson County Courthouse of 1872 and 1892 in Kansas City.

12. Missouri Street Missouri Street 1900 Looking east on Missouri from Delaware. Shows office of architect Asa Beebe Cross.

13. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of Kansas City architect Asa Beebe Cross, cited as being born in Camden, New Jersey, on December 9, 1826, and dying in Kansas City, Missouri, on August 18, 1894.

14. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the building at the Junction of 9th, Delaware, and Main Streets, designed by Kansas City architect Asa Beebe Cross, or Asa Cross, and built in 1869 (and replaced with a taller building there in...

15. Partnership Practice and the Professionalization of Architecture in Kansas City, Missouri Partnership Practice and the Professionalization of Architecture in Kansas City, Missouri July//1980 Thorough description of how and why Kansas City was built up, including the nine people listed as architects in the 1870 Kansas City classified ads, such as Asa Beebe Cross.

16. Preliminary Research Report on the Wornall House Preliminary Research Report on the Wornall House 1965 Description of evidence for Asa Beebe Cross being the architect of the Wornall House, built in 1858.

17. The A. B. Cross Lumber Company, 1858-1871 The A. B. Cross Lumber Company, 1858-1871 October//1985 History of the A. B. Cross Lumber Company, founded in 1858 by later architect Asa Beebe Cross immediately upon his arrival in Kansas City from Saint Louis. Photos, illustration, tables, and description...

18. The Merchants Exchange Building, Fifth and Delaware Streets, Kansas City, Missouri The Merchants Exchange Building, Fifth and Delaware Streets, Kansas City, Missouri 1974 A 14 page paper "Submitted to the Quay Corporation, August 16, 1974". Biographical sketch of architect Asa Beebe Cross included. Includes bibliographical references. Typescript (photocopy).

19. The Two Kansas Citys The Two Kansas Citys 1891? Description of the architectural career in Kansas City of Asa Beebe Cross, "architect and superintendent," beginning his practice here in 1858, and listing his works.

20. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Chapter about the boom in growth in Kansas City during the 1880s, describing the need for architects in general and discussion about specific architects, including Asa Beebe Cross, or Asa Cross (1826-1894),...