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A Small City Whose Growth Is Aided and Controlled by a Plan
Photos and article about the town of Longview, Washington, organized and funded by Robert Long, or R. A. Long, of Kansas City, president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company (involved in the lumber industry...
Arthur Dunham Jones: Retired Architect Dies after Suffering a Heart Attack
Obituary for Arthur James, an architect instrumental in designing the Kansas City Power & Light Building, the Telephone Building, and several federal office buildings, hospitals, and schools. He was born...
Bell Telephone Administration Building
Chapter about the original Telephone Building owned by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company on the northwest corner of 11th and Oak Streets. It was completed in 1919. Fourteen floors were added and completed...
Big Hall into Use
Photo and description of the dedication speech at the new auditorium with modern, high quality acoustics and lighting.
Photos and multiple articles about Clarence Kivett (1905-1996), an architect "design[ing] some of the city's best-known structures, including Kansas City International Airport and the Alameda Plaza Hotel...
Early Kansas City Architects: Homemaker Par Excellence
Photos and biographical article about Elizabeth Evans Rivard, a contemporary woman architect of Nelle Peters in Kansas City, designing mainly homes from about 1923 to 1933. Description of her life and...
Edwin M. Price Is Dead: Former Architect Here Dies in Kansas City
Photo and obituary for Edwin Price, "an architect whose talents in design are reflected in Kansas City's present skyline." Native of Arkansas (dying at the age of 72) becoming "a partner in the prominent...
Fidelity Spirit: Special Building Edition
Information about the Fidelity Bank Building, 465 feet, 4 inches above the sidewalk, equal in height ot a 35 story building. The building proper is 30 stories in height with elevator service to the 33rd...
Historic Kansas City Architecture
Building at 14th and Baltimore Avenues by Hoit, Price & Barnes, architects, in 1931.
Kansas City Ahtletic Club
Photos of the Kansas City Athletic Club, designed by Hoit, Price & Barnes, architects and constructed in 1921.
Kansas City Power & Light Building Profile
Kansas City Power and Light Building
December 27, 1930
Black and white print of a photograph mounted on foam core (20 x 24 in.) of the Kansas City Power and Light building during construction. Looking north along Baltimore from 15th Street. Also shows the...
Postcard of the Municipal Auditorium
Municipal Auditorium Profile
Obituary for Alfred Edward Barnes
May 12, 1960
Obituary for Alfred Edward Barnes, or Alfred Barnes, architect with Hoit, Price & Barnes in Kansas City, dying on May 11, 1960.
P&L Building Lights Up KC
November 4, 2009
Postcard image and short article about the Kansas City Power and Light Building at 14th and Walnut streets. The 31-story building was constructed by local architects Hoit, Price & Barnes in 1931 and capped...
Senior Focus: The Cutting Edge of Clarence Kivett
Photos and biographical article about Clarence Kivett, an architect designing many prominent local structures with his firm, Kivett & Myers which merged in 1975 with Howard, Needles, Tammen & Bergendoff....
Society of Architectural Historians
Inventory of the collection of the Society with architectural drawings and blueprints by Van Brunt & Howe; Howe, Hoit & Cutler; Hoit, Price & Barnes; Henry Hoit; and Howe & Hoit. Archival collection of...
There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City
Origins of the Kansas City Power & Light company itself as well as its building, erected by the Swenson Construction Company. General drawings under the direction of Mr. Meriwether. Mechanical drawing...
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