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1. The Lens of Legacy The Lens of Legacy September 2010 Three years ago "KC Magazine" initiated its Design Excellence Awards program. Since its inception, they "have honored El Dorado Inc., Helix Architecture + Design, and Wendlandt & Stallbaumer with this...

2. Louis Curtiss Louis Curtiss 1989 Thorough biographical sketch of Louis Curtiss (1865-1924), "unquestionably Kansas City's most important architect," with information about his life and career, including his designs in and outside of Kansas...

3. KCResources, page 113 KCResources, page 113

4. Mineral Hall at KCAI Mineral Hall at KCAI November 22, 2009 Short article about Mineral Hall (4340 Oak St.) and its ornate front entrance, billed as "the most photographed door in Kansas City." Mineral Hall was built in 1903 by architect Louis Curtiss. It was originally...

5. Swope Park, Superintendent's Residence Swope Park, Superintendent's Residence Postcard of the Superintendent's Residence at Sixty-ninth and Elmwood avenue, in Swope Park

6. 11th Street, East from Wyandotte 11th Street, East from Wyandotte Postcard of 11th Street, East from Wyandotte

7. Kansas City as It Is Kansas City as It Is 1903 Photos of the residences of W. A. Rule, his country home designed by architect Louis Curtiss, and his city house at 4320 Oak Street.

8. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1974 Photos and caption about the Jess Hoel house, built in 1916 at 2108 Washington Boulevard in Kansas City, Kansas, by Louis Curtiss.

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 Photos and bios of Andrew Foley, Simeon Chamberlain, and Louis Curtiss, among others on the page. Description of Foley as a proprietor of saloons, the first established in 1888 at 414 Main Street and moved...

10. The Kansas City Architectural Heritage The Kansas City Architectural Heritage March//1958 Photos and biographical article about Louis Curtiss, architect of "the first two curtain wall building in Kansas City," the Boley Building at 12th and Walnut Streets (completed in 1909) and his own office...

11. Louis Curtiss Louis Curtiss March//1961 Photos and biographical article about Kansas City architect Louis Curtiss, designer of the Baltimore Hotel, the Boley Building, and "everything from bungalows to city halls."

12. Old City Hall Tower Comes Down, New Market Goes Up Old City Hall Tower Comes Down, New Market Goes Up March/21/1939 Photograph of the dismantling of the old city hall designed by architect Louis Curtiss in "Southern French Renaissance style" and first occupied in 1892.

13. Curtiss Studio Building Curtiss Studio Building June/12/1966 Photo and text about the Curtiss Studio Building at 1113 McGee Street, of glass curtainwall construction, built in 1909 as office of the Kansas City architect, Louis Curtiss.

14. Post Card from Old Kansas City Post Card from Old Kansas City March/27/1971 Photo and history of the Willis Wood Theatre, depicting firemen with equipment and horses in front of the theater.

15. Bernard Corrigan Residence Bernard Corrigan Residence 1975 Photo and caption about the Bernard Corrigan house at 1200 West 55th Street, built in 1914 and designed by architect Louis S. Curtiss.

16. The Architecture of John Wellborn Root The Architecture of John Wellborn Root 1973 Photo (of the Grand Avenue railroad station) and description (by author and Kansas City Star architectural critic Donald Hoffmann) of buildings and construction techniques in Kansas City designed by architect...

17. The Laudables The Laudables April-May//1983 One paragraph about the rehabilitation by the Merlyn Desmarteau family of "their house at 500 East 36th Street," formerly a rooming house and designed by Louis Curtiss.

18. Curtiss Studio Building Curtiss Studio Building Nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places Inventory, designed by Louis Curtiss.

19. Roland Bruner Residence Roland Bruner Residence Nomination form for the National Register for the Roland Bruner residence, also known as "Mineral Hall" or "Ownby Hall," built in 1903-1904 at 4340 Oak Street by Henry Johnson and later owned by the Kansas...

20. The Willis Wood Theatre The Willis Wood Theatre October//1901 Lengthy article concerning the building of the Willis Wood Theater located at 11th and Balitmore in downtown Kansas City. Includes a description of the building and the materials used. The architect listed...