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1. Jackson County Courthouse Jackson County Courthouse Postcard of the Jackson County Courthouse

2. St. James Hotel St. James Hotel File contains information and an illustration of the Saint James Hotel on Walnut Street between 6th Street and Missouri Avenue and owned by L. C. Alexander.

3. Libraries--Special--Jackson County Law Library Libraries--Special--Jackson County Law Library Map (of the interior of the building at 1125 Grand Avenue) and information on the history of the Jackson County Law Library, formed with the establishment in 1871 of the Kansas City Law Library Association...

4. KCResources, page 94 KCResources, page 94

5. Union Hotel Union Hotel Information on Thompson McDaniel, "the first landlord in K. C." as innkeeper of "[t]he first hotel in the city" in 1846 "on the southwest corner of Main and Levee streets," the only hotel in Kansas City...

6. Kansas City Public Library, Karnes Branch Kansas City Public Library, Karnes Branch Interior view; located at Missouri Avenue and Holmes.

7. Emery, Bird, Thayer Company Emery, Bird, Thayer Company Postcard of the Emery, Bird, Thayer Company Building

8. History of the Square between Oak and Locust Streets, and Missouri Avenue and Independence Avenue, in History of the Square between Oak and Locust Streets, and Missouri Avenue and Independence Avenue, in Kansas City, Missouri //18?? History of the square, formerly a cemetery and later a park.

9. SC3 Advertising Card Collection Finding Aid SC3 Advertising Card Collection Finding Aid 1860-1905 Collection of cards used for advertising purposes in the late 19th century. Includes colorful illustrations for many types of products. The over 600 cards from Kansas City businesses have been digitized....

10. Main Street Main Street 1868 An early view of Main Street identified as looking north from Missouri Avenue.

11. Main Street Main Street 1870 Looking north along Main from 5th.

12. Missouri Avenue Missouri Avenue 1871 Entry in the city directory for the street: Court--eighth south of river, from Delaware east to Oak." Court Street was the former name of Missouri Avenue.

13. Main Street Parade Main Street Parade 1872 Unidentified soldiers parading north along Main near Missouri Avenue. Included in view on right corner is Bullene Bros. & Emery Dry Goods and Marble Hall is across the street.

14. Missouri Street Missouri Street 1875 Looking west along Missouri from east of Main.

15. Volunteer Firemen Volunteer Firemen 1875 Group portrait of volunteers from Number One Engine House, located at Missouri Avenue and Walnut Streets.

16. John A. McDonald John A. McDonald 1879 Description of a business located at 8th and 10th, West Missouri Avenue carrying paints, oils, glass, brushes, and painters' materials owned by John A. McDonald.

17. Jas. Hewson & CO. Jas. Hewson & CO. 1879 Description of business at 14 Missouri Avenue that manufactures "French Baking Powder." This powder was used to preserve fruit.

18. Jas. Hewson & Co. Jas. Hewson & Co. 1879 Description of "Manufacturers of the French Baking Powder, 14 Missouri Avenue."

19. Haldeman Marble Works Haldeman Marble Works 1879 Description of a business located on the corner of Missouri Avenue and Walnut Street handling "fine monuments" made of marble. This business is owned by Charles Haldeman.

20. Hooser Drugstore Hooser Drugstore 1886 Dealer in pure drugs and chemicals, toilet articles and perfumery. Special attention given to prescriptions, 24 East Missouri Avenue.