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21. Country Club District Country Club District circa 1920 Map of the Country Club District, including Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Meyer Circle, Stratford Gardens, Hampstead Gardens, Greenway Fields, Armour Fields, Romanelli Gardens, Armour Hills, Crestwood,...

22. Country Club District Bulletin Country Club District Bulletin 1919-1930 Several years of the bulletin for the Country Club District with drawings and photos of homes, churches, scuptures, fountains, businesses, people, and maps of land developments, etc. Includes mainly residential...

23. Country Club District: ''Kansas City's Greatest Asset'' Country Club District: ''Kansas City's Greatest Asset'' May 6, 1930 Advertising brochure with map showing housing developments in the Country Club District. Shows the Ward Parkway and Meyer Circle areas, and Romanelli Gardens extended.

24. Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted Country Club District: 2500 Acres Restricted August 1922 Title continues: "Including Sunset Hill, Mission Hills, Indian Hills, Hampstead Gardens, Crestwood, Greenway Fields, Wornall Manor, Westwood, Westwood Hills, and Armour Hills. 2,500 Acres Restricted. Planned,...

25. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza 1964 View looking west on 47th Street, between J. C. Nichols Parkway and Madison. The J. C. Nichols Company received an award for its design of the 47th Street medial strips pictured here.

26. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza 1954 Street level view of the Cricket West clothing store located at 308 W. 47th Street at the northwest corner of 47th and Wornall in the Country Club Plaza. Also in view is the Neptune Fountain purchased...

27. Country Club Plaza--Kansas City Country Club Plaza--Kansas City 1926 Photos with of homes in the Mission Hills residential district, listing addresses, residents, and architects.

28. Country Club Plaza, Panorama Country Club Plaza, Panorama Panoramic Postcard of the Country Club Plaza

29. Country Club Plaza: 46th Street Terrace to Ward Parkway, Mill Creek Parkway Westward to Penn Country Club Plaza: 46th Street Terrace to Ward Parkway, Mill Creek Parkway Westward to Penn 1926 Book describing and depicting scenes of and planning involved with the Country Club District and Plaza.

30. Daniel Yoacham's Tree Daniel Yoacham's Tree September//1969 Photo and article about the 300-plus-year-old tree on the late Daniel Yoacham's property in Westport at Central and Ward Parkways, cut down in 1957. Originally on the property of Yoacham from 1833 until...

31. Deaths: Robert E. Whitmer Deaths: Robert E. Whitmer November/4/1974 Photo and obituary for Robert Whitmer, "67, of Aberdeen Road, Fairway, a former director of the J. C. Nichols Company and an officer for Trans World Airlines." Native of Wichita, Kansas coming to Kansas...

32. Defense Housing in a Subdivision Defense Housing in a Subdivision November//1941 Photos, drawings, and article about two houses (at 5424 Norwood Road and 4924 State Line Road in the Country Club District) designed by architect Edward Tanner. Funded through the low-cost "defense housing...

33. Edward Buehler Edward Buehler 1989 Biographical sketch of Edward Buehler "Ned" Delk, or Edward Delk (1885-1956), an architect from New York starting his practice in Philadelphia in 1913. Description of his career in Kansas City, starting...

34. Edward Buehler Delk Edward Buehler Delk September//1956 File containing an obituary for Edward Buehler Delk, or Edward Delk (1885-1956), an architect born in New York and coming to Kansas City in 1920 as co-designer of the Country Club Plaza for the J. C. Nichols...

35. Edward Buehler Delk, A. I. A. Speaker at Seminar on "Stained Glass in Architecture" Saturday Morning Edward Buehler Delk, A. I. A. Speaker at Seminar on "Stained Glass in Architecture" Saturday Morning September//1952 Photo and bio of Edward Buehler Delk, or Edward Delk, architect for the J. C. Nichols Company and Kansas City Park Board born in New York and coming here in 1920, designing Starlight Theater at Swope Park....

36. Eugene D. Brown Dies at 80 Eugene D. Brown Dies at 80 May 17, 2008 Article about Eugene Brown, chairman of the old Eugene D. Brown Co. Realtors, who died May 14, 2008. The company was known for its Brown Bear logo and "had more than 400 employees when Brown sold it to...

37. From $1.25 to $1600 an Acre: Part of Armour Farm Bought by J. C. Nichols for $370,000 From $1.25 to $1600 an Acre: Part of Armour Farm Bought by J. C. Nichols for $370,000 April/2/1922 Notice of the sale of the Armour farm land between 65th, Oak, 71st, and Wornall Road to the J. C. Nichols Investment Company.

38. Henry D. Krug, Jr. Retires from Architectural Firm Henry D. Krug, Jr. Retires from Architectural Firm December/30/1970 File containing a biographical article about Henry Krug, Jr., an architect and vice-president of McArthur-Jarchow and Associates, with residence at 4123 West 68th Terrace. Native of Russell, Kansas coming...

39. History of the Neighborhood History of the Neighborhood Fall//1998 History and current description of "the excellent example of the planned residential subdivisions developed by the J. C. Nichols Company," including the Crestwood residential district established in 1919...

40. Homes and Floor Plans Homes and Floor Plans February 1939 This issue contains photos of homes with floor plans of some residences built by the J. C. Nichols Company in the Country Club District.