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121. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 1937-05-18 View of Nelson-Atkins from southeast seen through trees.

122. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Building Profile Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Building Profile 1999, revised 2007

123. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Provides a Gateway to Urban Inspiration Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Provides a Gateway to Urban Inspiration April 2008 Review of the Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Includes images.

124. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art South Lawn Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art South Lawn View of the lawn of the Nelson-Atkins Museum, looking south toward 47th Street along the campus.

125. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art-Bloch Building Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art-Bloch Building October 7, 2008 Information concerning the Bloch Building at the museum:

Developer: The Nelson-Atkins Museum
Architect: Steven Holl Architects, New York and BNIM Architects, Kansas City
Construction:...

126. Nelson-Atkins Renames Sculpture Park after Donald J. Hall Nelson-Atkins Renames Sculpture Park after Donald J. Hall April 13, 2013 Article announces that the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art has officially renamed its sculpture park in honor of Donald J. Hall. Various contributions made by Hall and his wife, Adele over many years are listed....

127. Nelson-Atkins Turns 75 Nelson-Atkins Turns 75 December 11, 2008 The weekend of December 13-14, 2008, marks the 75th anniversary of the opening of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Article outlines the activites planned for the event including free admission to the exhibit...

128. New Gallery Has N.Y. Link New Gallery Has N.Y. Link October 23, 2011 New York art dealer Bill Brady is opening a new gallery at 1505 Genesee Street in the West Bottoms District. The gallery will occupy the north side of the former Daily Drovers Telegram Building. Brady...

129. New Home for Civil War History New Home for Civil War History April 2011 Half-page article about the Missouri Civil War Museum to showcase "Missouri's remarkable role in America's bloodiest war," and "highlights the fact that Missouri was as prominent as many states better...

130. New Jazz Museum Director Is Eager to Begin Job New Jazz Museum Director Is Eager to Begin Job June 16, 2007 Gregory A. Carroll, outgoing director of education for the International Association for Jazz Education, has been hired as the next CEO of the American Jazz Museum. Article provides some background on...

131. O'Neil's Legacy Leads Museum to a Crossroads O'Neil's Legacy Leads Museum to a Crossroads December 6, 2009 As the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum heads toward its twentieth anniversary and 10th Legacy Awards in 2010, museum director Greg Baker wants to see the museum branch out beyond Buck O'Neil. Baker's ideas...

132. On a Street by Myself: Dolphin's Big Move On a Street by Myself: Dolphin's Big Move August 2008 Dolphin Galleries will move from the Crossroads Arts District to 1600 Liberty in the West Bottoms. The Dolphin's former space at 19th and Baltimore will become a "satellite gallery" for the Kemper Museum...

133. On The Scene On The Scene October 2011 Interview with Julian Zugazagoitia, director and CEO of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art "to find out about his first year on the job--what he's especially liked about the Nelson and the K.C. art scene...

134. One Man's Travels Give KC Museum Tales to Tell One Man's Travels Give KC Museum Tales to Tell July 28, 2007 Article profiling retired Army Major Richard Keogh, who for the last three decades has been hunting for and donating World War I memorabilia to the Liberty Memorial Museum. Keogh is a veteran of the Vietnam...

135. Pane in the Glass Pane in the Glass February 3-9, 2005 Author shares his opinion on the aesthetics of the glass additions to the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. At the time of his writing, the construction project was still underway and the landscaping around...

136. Plans Are Taking Shape for Museum to Honor Influential KC Blacks Plans Are Taking Shape for Museum to Honor Influential KC Blacks October 23, 1984 Article about plans for a "proposed museum that would pay tribute to blacks who had significant impact on Kansas City." The plans are described as tentatively combining a museum with a "Spirit of Freedom...

137. Pope John Paul II Slept--and Flew--Here Pope John Paul II Slept--and Flew--Here April 18, 2008 Story about how TWA converted an airplane to transport the late Pope John Paul II on some of his trips and how the bed and other memoribilia ended up at the Strawberry Hill Museum and Cultural Center in...

138. Profile: Julian Zugazagoitia Profile: Julian Zugazagoitia Summer 2012 Profile of Julian Zugazagoitia, the director of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art who succeeded Marc Wilson two years ago. Zugazagoitia, formerly the director at El Museo del Barrio in New York, says "his...

139. Quindaro's History Has Strong Advocate Quindaro's History Has Strong Advocate October 12, 2010 Article about Jesse Hope and the Old Quindaro Museum & Information Center. The museum is housed in the former home of John A. Walker at 3432 N. 29th in Kansas City, Kansas.

140. Recruiting Star Power Recruiting Star Power December 29, 2010 As the World War I centennial in 2014 approaches, Brian Alexander, president of the WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial, is considering an aggressive approach “to enhance the monument’s national profile.”...