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1. Federal Government in Greater Kansas City Federal Government in Greater Kansas City 1939 Description of the federal building officially called the U.S. Customs House & Post Office, at 9th and Walnut Streets. Under construction in 1879, opened on August 29, 1885. Site cost $8,500, total cost...

2. Fidelity Bank Fidelity Bank

3. Fidelity National Bank Fidelity National Bank 2 postcards of the old and new Fidelity National Bank buildings

4. Fidelity National Bank Fidelity National Bank Postcard of the Fidelity National Bank building at 9th and Walnut

5. Fidelity National Bank Fidelity National Bank Postcard of the Fidelity National Bank building at 9th and Walnut

6. Front Door and Entrance to Fidelity National Bank and Trust Building Front Door and Entrance to Fidelity National Bank and Trust Building 1930 View of front door and entrance. Located on the southeast corner of 9th and Walnut.

7. President Grover Cleveland in Kansas City President Grover Cleveland in Kansas City October 13, 1887 President and onlookers at the Federal Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

8. Re-Constructing the Old Federal Building, At Ninth and Walnut Streets, For the Fidelity Trust Company, Re-Constructing the Old Federal Building, At Ninth and Walnut Streets, For the Fidelity Trust Company, of Kansas City June//1903 In 1902 the Fidelity Trust Company purchased from the federal government the building at the corner of 9th and Walnut Streets. The building is to be remodeled for use by the company and to rent out the...

9. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 2, 1896-1907, Page p114 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 2, 1896-1907, Page p114 1896-1907 Northern part of early Kansas City from Main Street east to McGee Street and from E. 8th Street south to E. 10th Street, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer...

10. Telephone Building to Lose Height Record to Two Rivals Telephone Building to Lose Height Record to Two Rivals May/11/1930 Picture showing relative heights of five tallest buildings at the time compared with the Liberty Memorial.

11. Walnut St Walnut St February, 1930 Looking north along Walnut from 10th.

12. Walnut St. Walnut St. February, 1930 Rooftop view looking north along Walnut from 10th.

13. Walnut Street Walnut Street 1930 Rooftop view looking north along Walnut from 10th.