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1. A Kansas City Architect: Clarence Erasmus Shepard A Kansas City Architect: Clarence Erasmus Shepard July-August//1987 Photos, illustration, and biographical article about Clarence Erasmus Shepard, or Clarence Shepard (1869-1949), a Kansas City architect, artist, and landscape engineer. Native of New York growing up in...

2. Brewhouses in Kansas City, 1850s-1919 Brewhouses in Kansas City, 1850s-1919 March-April 1987 Article about old brewhouses in Kansas City, mostly demolished or no longer in business, with photos and illustrations, including the Lemp Brewery at 20th and McGee Streets, the Kansas City Brewery at...

3. Briefs Briefs July-August//1986 Short notice of the plans "to restore and preserve Roanoke Court, a group of seven historically significant apartment buildings" at 3659-3689 Summit Road.

4. Demolished: January 1987 Demolished: January 1987 March-April//1987 Short article with photo about the demolition of "two of the last three 1880s commercial structures on Main Street in the Central Business District," at 1219-1223 Main Street.

5. Editorial Editorial July-August//1987 Editorial about the continued uncertainty in the Mainstreet Theater's future because of the ambiguous classification given to it by the city boards affiliated with the Kansas City Register of Historic...

6. Eulogy for the Old Y.M.C.A.? Eulogy for the Old Y.M.C.A.? January-February 1986 Built in 1910 at 404 East 10th Street, helped by William Rockhill Nelson.

7. Kansas City Bricks: 1870-1900 Kansas City Bricks: 1870-1900 July-August 1986 Article about the construction boom using bricks in the 1880s. An original brick kiln located at 4th Street and Broadway Boulevard built by Kersey Coates is described.

8. Kansas City Firehouses, 1862-1912 Kansas City Firehouses, 1862-1912 January-February//1987 History of fire stations in the city, starting in the Civil War, with photos.

9. Mainstreet (Empire) Theatre Update Mainstreet (Empire) Theatre Update May-June//1987 Notice of the preservation of the Mainstreet Theatre by the City Plan Commission, by placing it on the Kansas City Register of Historic Places, also as part of the Kansas City Redevelopment Authority's...

10. Remembering World War I Remembering World War I Autumn 2006 Special issue of Kansas History devoted to articles about World War I. Includes seven articles: "In Honor of Those Who Served: Introduction" by R. Eli Paul; "An 'All Kansas' Regiment: the 353d Infantry...

11. Stone in Local 19th Century Architecture: A Brief Sketch Stone in Local 19th Century Architecture: A Brief Sketch May-June//1987 Article describing primarily stone buildings locally constructed between the Civil War and 1900. Missouri limestone used in Neo-Romanesque buildings.

12. The Belman Garage: From Greaseracks to Greasepaint The Belman Garage: From Greaseracks to Greasepaint September-October//1986 Garage at 3822 Main Street built in 1925 by architects of the Power and Light skyscraper.

13. The Clay County Courthouse The Clay County Courthouse July-August//1987 History of the Clay County Courthouse built in 1936 by architects Wight & Wight, with photo, and history of its predecessors, the first built in 1830.

14. The Continuing Saga of Union Station The Continuing Saga of Union Station November-December//1985 Article about the near-demolition of Union Station and plans for its adaptive reuse.