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1. Ararat Shrine Temple Ararat Shrine Temple Illustrations and information on the Ararat Shrine Temple in Kansas City.

2. Ararat Shrine Temple Ararat Shrine Temple Postcard of a building designed for the Ararat Shrine Temple in Kansas City

3. Business Is Sound at the Core: Much Corn for Export in Southwest Business Is Sound at the Core: Much Corn for Export in Southwest September//1903 Photo of the laying of a corner stone for "a masonic temple, Kansas City, July 25, 1903."

4. Focus on Ivanhoe Masonic Temple Focus on Ivanhoe Masonic Temple May-June//1985 Article about the Ivanhoe Masonic Temple, constructed around 1921 in Neo-Classical Revival style at 2301 East Linwood Boulevard.

5. Former owners, city have roles in deterioration of historic temple. Former owners, city have roles in deterioration of historic temple. October/28/1999 Outline of Ivanhoe Temple history, current state of deterioration, and potential demolition.

6. Goodbye Masonic Temple; Hello Parking Lot Goodbye Masonic Temple; Hello Parking Lot November//1999 Discusses the impending demolition of the Ivanhoe Masonic Temple.

7. Ivanhoe Masonic Temple Ivanhoe Masonic Temple n.d. Full frontal and partial side view of the Ivanhoe Masonic Temple, 2301 East Linwood Boulevard.

8. Ivanhoe Masonic Temple Ivanhoe Masonic Temple Nomination form for the National Register for the Ivanhoe Masonic Temple.

9. Kansas City Masonic Temple Kansas City Masonic Temple Nomination form for the National Register for the Kansas City Masonic Temple building.

10. Life's Treasures on Sale: Sisters Left Home Filled with Memories Life's Treasures on Sale: Sisters Left Home Filled with Memories February/1/1985 File containing a biographical article about the antique furniture auctioned off from the house of the late Ernest Kellerstrauss, a "Kansas City poultry breeder" residing at 309 West 115th Street by his...

11. Masonic Temple Masonic Temple Postcard of the Masonic Temple at Ninth and Harrison streets

12. Masonic Temple Masonic Temple n.d. Exterior view of the Masonic Temple located at 9th and Harrison in Kansas City, Missouri. Building was dedicated in 1911.

13. Masonic Temple Masonic Temple Full frontal and side view with parade scene in foreground; located at 9th and Harrison.

14. Masonic Temple, Kansas City, Missouri Masonic Temple, Kansas City, Missouri June//1920 Photos and drawings of a masonic temple designed by J. C. Sunderland, architect.

15. National Register Update National Register Update November-December//1985 Nomination form for the National Register for the Ivanhoe Masonic Temple, with its history and location, etc.

16. Russell Williamson Russell Williamson March 31, 1905 Russell Barr Williamson was an architect with offices in the Grand Avenue Temple at 1016 Forest Avenue.

17. The Miracle of Ivanhoe The Miracle of Ivanhoe 1924 Book describing and depicting the history of the organization and its building in Kansas City.

18. Westport Lodge Masonic Temple Westport Lodge Masonic Temple File containing a pamphlet for the 30th anniversary jubilee in 1924 of the Westport Masonic Temple at 39th and Broadway Boulevards, giving the history of the organization and building.

19. Work Continues on Tribal Casino Work Continues on Tribal Casino May 22, 2007 The Oklahoma-based Wyandotte Nation is progressing in its goal of turning a Masonic temple in downtown Kansas City, Kansas, into a gambling casino, perhaps to be called Wyandotte Palace Casino. Work started...