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1. As UMKC Department Moves, City Benefits As UMKC Department Moves, City Benefits June 29, 2010 Article reports that the Department of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design at the University of Missouri-Kansas City will move out of its current building, the old Uriah Epperson house at 5200 Cherry....

2. Biography of Uriah Epperson (1861-1927) and Mary E. Epperson (1855-1939), Philanthropists Biography of Uriah Epperson (1861-1927) and Mary E. Epperson (1855-1939), Philanthropists 2008

3. Epperson's Folly Epperson's Folly October, 2003 Article describes the Epperson House, 5200 Cherry, originally the home of Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Spray Epperson. The home, completed in 1923, was designed by eccentric French architect Horace LaPierre.

4. Hawthorne Hall Hawthorne Hall 2008 Description and history of the Uriah Spray Epperson House, originally known as Hawthorne Hall, in Kansas City. Construction began in 1919. After the deaths of U.S. Epperson (1927) and Elizabeth Epperson...

5. New Future for Epperson House? New Future for Epperson House? Fall 2005 Article discusses a study by the architectural firm Helix to determine the feasability of continuing to use the Epperson House to house the Department of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design at UMKC...

6. Personal Pilgrimage Personal Pilgrimage April 4, 2014 Biographical article on Kansas City accountant, millionaire, and philanthropist James J. Lynn. Born in Louisiana in 1892, Lynn made his way to Kansas City in 1909 and subsequently took accounting jobs...

7. Postcards from Our Past Postcards from Our Past Fall 2006 Article contains photographs and brief histories of buildings at the University of Missouri-Kansas City's Volker and Hospital Hill Campuses. Buildings include Oxford Hall (Edwin W. Shields residence),...

8. U.S. Epperson Residence U.S. Epperson Residence 1989 Partial frontal view; located on southwest corner of 52nd and Cherry.