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Liberty Memorial (8)
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1. A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri A Memorial at Kansas City, Missouri August 1921 Illustrations and descriptions of the award-winning designs for the memorial located at Penn Valley Park.

2. Design Does Matter: Case in Point: The North Slope of Liberty Memorial Design Does Matter: Case in Point: The North Slope of Liberty Memorial January 20, 2004 Discussion about the north slope of Liberty Memorial. It includes a photo of the original plan for the north that was cut due to lack of funding.

3. Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection 1921 This one box, 15 folder collection contains 43 black and white photographs measuring 8" x 10" of various views of the entries that were submitted to the Liberty Memorial design contest. They are in the...

4. Liberty Memorial Profile Liberty Memorial Profile 1999

5. Masterpieces of Architecture in the United States Masterpieces of Architecture in the United States 1930 Detailed description of the design of the memorial by architect H. Van Buren Magonigle.

6. The "Chilling" Story Behind Liberty Memorial's North Wall Frieze The "Chilling" Story Behind Liberty Memorial's North Wall Frieze Autumn//2002 Story of the north frieze sculpture on the Liberty Memorial. The memorial's designer H. Van Buren Magonigle wanted his wife Edith's design to be used but apparently the Liberty Memorial Association thought...

7. The Competition for a Memorial for Kansas City The Competition for a Memorial for Kansas City August 1921 Addendum to the article on the memorial from the preceding issue.

8. This Design Won Highest Award among Kansas City Architects in the Liberty Memorial Competition This Design Won Highest Award among Kansas City Architects in the Liberty Memorial Competition July/31/1921 Illustrations and caption about the design competition for the planned Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, depicting the design "by Greenebaum, Hardy & Schumacher, 210 Scarritt building" and comparing it...