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21. Delaware Street Delaware Street May 1868 Early view showing Delaware and 3rd Streets with house perched on top. Good example of road grading.

22. Delaware Street Delaware Street n.d. Distant view believed to be Delaware near 6th Street.

23. Delaware Street Delaware Street April 1869 Early view of Delaware Street looking north from 3rd. Missouri River in view and shows street grading through bluffs.

24. Delaware Street Delaware Street 1869 Looking north along Delaware from 3rd. Shows road cutting through bluffs.

25. Delaware Street Delaware Street 1868 Looking north along Delware through cut-through bluffs toward Missouri River.

26. Delaware Street Delaware Street 1865 Looking south along the west side of Delaware toward 4th from the southeast corner of 3rd and Delaware.

27. Delaware Street Delaware Street 1900 Looking north along Delaware from 9th.

28. Delaware Street Delaware Street Photos and information about the development of various buildings and other structures on Delaware Street since the 19th century.

29. Delaware Street Delaware Street May 9, 1978 Looking north along the east side of Delaware from the southwest corner of 5th and Delaware.

30. Delaware Street Delaware Street 1875 Distant view looking along Delaware near 6th.

31. Delaware Street Delaware Street circa 1910 Street view looking at the east side of Delaware just north of 6th Street. Buildings in view include what was the National Bank of Commerce at 545-547 Delaware (building on the left) and the T. M. James...

32. Delaware Street Delaware Street ca1865 Believed to be looking south toward the corner of Delaware and 4th, from 3rd. Grading of the bluffs is evident.

33. Down by the River Down by the River August 2001 Photos, map, and article about the resurgence (especially since urban renewal in the 1990s centering around the City Market and Delaware Street) of the River Market, the site of the original Town of Kansas...

34. Early Kansas City Architects: Arthur J. Kelly Early Kansas City Architects: Arthur J. Kelly December-January//1980 Photos and biographical article about Arthur Kelly, a local architect designing the Stock Exchange Building and 502 Delaware Street.

35. Excelsior Trunk Factory Excelsior Trunk Factory 1879 Description of business at 706 Delaware Street manufactring trunks and valises.

36. F. P. Burnap Company Wagon F. P. Burnap Company Wagon F.P. Burnap Company wagon and employee in front of Burnap offices, located at 706-708-710 Delaware.

37. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Mention of Reverend R. S. Symington as the pastor of "the first Presbyterian church in Kansas City" held in 1857 in the parlor of the home of W. G. Barkley at the southeast corner of 3rd Street and Delaware...

38. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Description of the occupation by William Gillis and his niece, Mrs. Mary Troost, "at the northeast corner of Fourth and Locust Streets" in 1869, previously occupied by "Mr. Wheatley of Hubbell, Wheatley...

39. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Description of D. V. Whiting, resident of the "Otero house" at the northwest corner of 5th and Locust Streets, engaged "in the forwarding and commission business at the southwest corner of Delaware Street...

40. From "Hay-Burner" to Streamliner From "Hay-Burner" to Streamliner 1950 History with illustrations of the public transportation system, since 1869, from "horse car" lines to street cars and trolley buses to motor buses, located at 728 Delaware Street.