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121. Midtown Kansas City, Missouri Midtown Kansas City, Missouri 1945 Looking west from Liberty Memorial.

122. Midtown Kansas City, Missouri Midtown Kansas City, Missouri 1900 Looking north from 26th and Baltimore.

123. Midtown Kansas City, Missouri Midtown Kansas City, Missouri 1900 Looking northwest from 28th and State Line.

124. Midtown Kansas City, Missouri Midtown Kansas City, Missouri 1927 Looking north from the bluff along the east side of McGee near 25th.

125. Midtown Masterpiece Midtown Masterpiece January/February 2002 Review of Café Allegro

126. Midtown Redevelopment Skips City Plan in Approval Process Midtown Redevelopment Skips City Plan in Approval Process February/4-10/1999 Describes the redevelopment of 39th and Broadway to make way for a Walgreens Drug Store.

127. Midtown Redevelopment's Big Boxes Already May Be A Thing of the Past Midtown Redevelopment's Big Boxes Already May Be A Thing of the Past February/17-23/2000 Discusses the timeliness of the establishment of two "big-box" retail stores at the southeast corner of Linwood and Main, the site of redevelopment spearheaded by former councilman Jim Glover.

128. Midtown Street to Get Facelift Midtown Street to Get Facelift March 1, 2011 Developing firm Antheus Capital is planning to renovate 11 apartment buildings located on Armour Boulevard into middle-class housing. Antheus hopes their $62 million plan will be completed in two years....

129. Midtown's Mighty Jewel: An Architectural Masterpiece, the Uptown Theater Is Leading the Way for Midtown Midtown's Mighty Jewel: An Architectural Masterpiece, the Uptown Theater Is Leading the Way for Midtown Redevelopment January/February 1998 Story of the restoration of and additions to the Uptown Theater, first opened in 1928, bringing increased business interest to its surroundings in Midtown, with photos.

130. Mighty Oak Now a Mighty Mess Mighty Oak Now a Mighty Mess June 5, 2008 An 80-foot tall historic oak tree located in the yard of the midtown home of Cindy Pratt-Stokes and Robert Stokes fell down during a recent storm. The oak stood by the 1903 home and was believed to have...

131. Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' May/2/1996 Article about memorials in Kansas City in general, highlighting the Salvatore Grisafe memorial at 16th and Paseo Boulevards and Spanish-American War Memorial of "The Hiker" at Penn Valley Park, among other...

132. Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' May/2/1996 Article about memorials in Kansas City in general, highlighting, among others, the Andrew Drips Monument at 16th and Summit Streets and the Delbert J. Haff Memorial.

133. Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' Monuments: 'They Remind Us Things Occurred because of Man's Initiative' May/2/1996 Article about memorials in Kansas City in general, highlighting, among others, the Charles Carroll Spalding Memorial at Penn Valley Park and the William T. Fitzsimons Memorial.

134. More Renovations Coming More Renovations Coming December 30, 2011 New Jersey-based Antheus Capital is planning to redevelop nine apartment buildings in midtown on Armour Boulevard. Included in the plans are the Ambassador (built in 1924) and the Bellerive (1922).

135. Murals: The City as Canvas Murals: The City as Canvas August//1997 Photos of murals in Midtown, including those dealing with black and Hispanic culture.

136. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 1950 Looking north from 47th Street; approximately bounded on west by Broadway, north by 39th, and east by Troost.

137. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 1950 Looking northeast from 48th Street; approximately bounded on west by Warwick, north by Armour, and east by the Paseo.

138. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art 1950 Looking northeast from 47th; approximately bounded on west by Oak, on north by 43rd, on east by Rockhill Road.

139. New Group Gives Close-Knit Waldo a Voice New Group Gives Close-Knit Waldo a Voice April/4/1991 Article about the Waldo Homes Association formed "almost singlehandedly" by Paula Jo Sullivan, for the Waldo District, defined as between 79th, Wornall, 85th, and Oak Streets.

140. New Life For Old Apartments New Life For Old Apartments March 27, 2003 Discusses the plan for renovation of aparments on Armour Boulevard: Westport Central at 301 W. Armour; Windermere, 600 E. Armour; Armour Park, 608 E. Armour; Ellison Apartments at 300 W. Armour; and nearby...