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61. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of President Grover Cleveland. One of four cards with portraits of the candidates for president and vice-president in the 1892 election....

62. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of Vice-Presidential candidate Whitelaw Reid (ran on ticket with Benjamin Harrison). One of four cards with portraits of the candidates...

63. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of Vice-President Adlai E. Stevenson. One of four cards with portraits of the candidates for president and vice-president in the 1892 election....

64. Blue Springs Milling Co. Blue Springs Milling Co. ca. 1892 Advertising card for Blue Springs Milling Co. showing a portrait of President Benjamin Harrison. One of four cards with portraits of the candidates for president and vice-president in the 1892 election....

65. Bob Jones Still a Good Fit Bob Jones Still a Good Fit November 19, 2006 Article describing Bob Jones Shoes and its owners, Harry Bosley and Rocky Horowitz. The store has been located at 1914 Grand since 1960, and among its famous customers have been Clarence Kelley, Claire...

66. Bonfils Building Bonfils Building 1978 Side view of Grand Avenue frontage, looking northwest; also shows Wonderland Arcade.

67. Bookstores Bookstores File containing information on local bookstores such as the Cramer Bookstore at 1321 Grand Avenue, established in 1884 and moving in 1973 to "the South part of the city."

68. Bridge Over Railroad Tracks Bridge Over Railroad Tracks 1900 Looking east along 1st Street from Grand Avenue at unidentified bridge.

69. Bringing Dowtown Back: The Bryant Building Bringing Dowtown Back: The Bryant Building November-December//1983 Article about the renovation of the Bryant Building, listed in the Register of Historic Places, built in 1931 in Art Deco style with 22 stories at 1102 Grand Avenue.

70. Building Carnival Floats Building Carnival Floats October 1899 W. H. Jennens, located at 1616 Grand Avenue, is the only carnival float workshop in Kansas City, aside from the Priests of Pallace' den. During most of the year the factory is in the "business of manufactruing...

71. Business Gossip Business Gossip April//1913 Grand opening at 1728 Grand Avenue.

72. Cable Car Cable Car 1887 Grand Avenue Railway cable car making loop near 1st and Grand.

73. Cable Railway in Kansas City Cable Railway in Kansas City June 11, 1972

74. Car Barn Fire (1923) Car Barn Fire (1923) December 25, 1923 News of the destruction by fire of the car barn and armory building at 39th and Main Streets in 1923.

75. Case Studies in Adaptive Reuse: Grand Avenue Bank Transformed into Architectural Office Case Studies in Adaptive Reuse: Grand Avenue Bank Transformed into Architectural Office March//1980 Imposing building at 18th and Grand Avenues originally built by R. C. Kemper for the City Bank in 1926.

76. Central Flouring Mills Central Flouring Mills 1879 Description of a business located at 1227 and 1229 Grand Avenue carrying flour owned by Mr. W. C. Wilhite and M. C. Spence.

77. Centropolis Hotel Centropolis Hotel 1940 Street level view looking northwest at the southeast corner of 5th and Grand. The Centropolis, built in 1880, was the first hotel in Kansas City to install electric lighting. "As Kansas City moved southward...

78. Century Ball Century Ball December 31, 1900 Folder includes the official programme for the afternoon and evening festivities, posterboard announcements which include the director's names, and a newspaper clipping from the Kansas City Star, Hearne...

79. Charles A. Chace Charles A. Chace 1968 Chapter of the book about Charles A. Chace, or Charles Chace (1835-1900), a mayor of Kansas City in 1877, arriving in the city in 1867 as an agent for the Hannibal & Saint Joseph Railroad, with a flour...

80. Charles Raber Charles Raber 1908 Biographical sketch of Charles Raber, a retired western freighter, brewery worker, and billiard hall keeper residing at 3818 Genesee Street. Born in Switzerland in 1841 and emigrating to Westport in 1855...