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1. Biography of John McKecknie (1862-1934), Architect Biography of John McKecknie (1862-1934), Architect 1999

2. Grand Avenue Temple Profile Grand Avenue Temple Profile 2003

3. Stine and McClure Undertaking Company Building Profile Stine and McClure Undertaking Company Building Profile 2003

4. The Colonnade Apartment On Armour Boulevard The Colonnade Apartment On Armour Boulevard May 1, 1905 A photograph of the Colonnade Apartments located on Armour Boulevard between Wyandotte and Central Streets. It was designed by J. W. McKecknie. This short article is actually an ad for the Kansas City...

5. John McKecknie John McKecknie November/2/1929 Article about the architecture in Westport designed by architect John McKecknie.

6. Miniature Museum of Kansas City Miniature Museum of Kansas City January-February//1983 Article about the house at 5235 Oak Street built in 1911 for Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Tureman, designed by architect John McKecknie. On October 17, 1982, the Miniature Museum of Kansas City opened its doors...

7. The Seldom-Noticed Art: Kansas City Architecture The Seldom-Noticed Art: Kansas City Architecture June 12 1966 Article describing these architects: (1) Breuer, Marcel, (2) Brostrom, Ernest Olaf, (3) Byrne, Mister ?, (4) Barry, Francis, (5) Curtiss, Louis, (6) Gunn, Frederick, (7) McKecknie, John, (8) Root, John...

8. Sunvilla Sunvilla 2008 Description and history of the James F. Halpin house in Kansas City.

9. Gumbel Building to Go Condo, Developer Says Gumbel Building to Go Condo, Developer Says July 30, 2005 Developer Mark Latshaw has announced plans to renovate the Gumbel Building at Eighth and Walnut Streets into 32 loft-style condominiums. Article includes summary of history and significance of the building,...

10. Armour Boulevard Apartments Armour Boulevard Apartments Nomination form for the National Register for the apartment buildings on Armour Boulevard (between Wyandotte and Baltimore Avenues) designed by John McKecknie, "a very prominent architect." Photos and...

11. John McKecknie John McKecknie 1902 Photo and bio of John McKecknie, an architect born in Ohio in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1898. "John W. McKecknie was born in Clarksville, Ohio, October 3, 1862 . . . He then took a classical course...

12. J. W. M'Kecknie Is Dead: Veteran Architect Was Widely Known in His Field J. W. M'Kecknie Is Dead: Veteran Architect Was Widely Known in His Field October/20/1934 Photo and obituary for John McKecknie (1862-1934), an architect with offices in the New York Life Building and residence at 4811 Holly Street. Description of his life and career as a native of Ohio coming...

13. Merriweather Residence Merriweather Residence September 1912 Photo of the "Merriweather Residence, Kansas City," designed by architect John McKecknie, and, according to the handwritten address in the margin, located at 3616 Gladstone Boulevard.

14. Collonaded Apartments a KC Icon Collonaded Apartments a KC Icon May 9, 2012 Photo-postcard image of the Collinwood Apartments (2501-2159 E. Linwood Blvd) and a related article about the developer, William H. Collins, who also built the Collonade Apartments (201-209 Armour Blvd)....

15. Early Concrete Construction in Kansas City Early Concrete Construction in Kansas City December-January 1965 Photos and article about early concrete construction in Kansas City, including some of the first reinforced concrete buildings in the country, including the Gumbel Building (built in 1904 at the southeast...

16. Wards Kansas City: A Half-Mile around the Outside, with 47,000 Panes of Glass--The Largest Building Wards Kansas City: A Half-Mile around the Outside, with 47,000 Panes of Glass--The Largest Building West of the Mississippi. .. April 7, 1999 Photos, illustrations, and article about the "Montgomery Ward building at St. John and Belmont" Avenues (or 6200 Saint John Avenue) in the Northeast residential district, built in 1914 as "[t]he largest...

17. Stine and McClure Undertaking Company Building Stine and McClure Undertaking Company Building This file includes a copy of the National Register of Historic Places registration form for the Stine and McClure Funeral Home building located at 924-26 Oak Street in Kansas City, Missouri. John McKecknie...