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Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1957, Page p859
A portion of Leeds, Missouri, from E. 37th Street south to E. 40th Street and from Belmont Avenue east to Bennington Avenue, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer...
Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 6, 1917-1957, Page p860
A portion of Leeds, Missouri, from E. 37th Street south to E. 40th Street and from Bennington Avenue east to Raytown Road, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer...
SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection
1980 – 2005, bulk 1990s
The materials within the KCPL Reference Hard to Find (HTF) Collection were compiled by Kansas City Public Library reference librarians and staff members to provide an easy to access source of information...
Postcard of the Sexton Hotel
Sherman Hotel in City Directory
Entry reads: Sherman Hotel, Edmond Kennedy, proprietor, Kansas City, Missouri, situated on the east levee and about one minute's walk east of the Missouri Pacific Railroad depot.
Society and Sport
Photo of Erwin Jewett, or E. S. Jewett, general passenger agent of the Missouri Pacific Railroad.
The "Dummy" Line from Westport to Waldo
Anecdotes about the "way one got back and forth from Westport to Waldo at the turn of the century," on the "dummy" line to Dodson ("the present 85th and Prospect"), where it connected with the Missouri...
Significant architecturally as Beaux Arts style representative structure at Kessler Park located with the Missouri Pacific Railroad at the north, Belmont Boulevard on the east, Gladstone Boulevard and...
The History of Railroad Building into and out of Kansas City
Article about the history of railroads and street railways built within, into, and out of Kansas City, including the following: the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad; the Chicago & Alton Railroad; the...
The Missouri Pacific, 1879-1900
History of the Missouri Pacific Railroad from 1879 to 1900 and its branches passing through and dealing with the Kansas City area.
The Salute to Kansas City's First Hundred Years. ..from Its First Railroad: 1850-1950
History of the railway since 1865, with illustrations.
The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men
Biographical sketch of Colonel Enoch Steen, a retired Union Civil War veteran residing "on a beautiful farm three and a half miles from Greenwood station, Jackson county, Missouri, on the Missouri Pacific...
This Is Our. ..Saint Louis
Black and white reproduction of the painting captioned: "The departure of the first train east out of Kansas City for St. Louis when the Pacific Railroad was completed September 20, 1865."
Photo and bio of Thomas Buckner, a Kansas City lawyer with the Missouri Pacific Railroad Company and "a number of the largest banks in the city," residing at 426 Prospect Avenue.
Vaughan's Diamond Building, The Junction, Profile
1893 (1916 reprint)
Topographical map of areas of Morgan, Camden, and Miller counties in Missouri, including segments of the Osage and Niangua rivers and the towns of Bagnell and Versailles. Map depicts railroads and a local...
1894 (1938 reprint)
Topographical map of areas of Benton and Hickory counties in Missouri, including segments of the Osage and Pomme de Terre rivers and the town of Warsaw. Map also depicts other communities, railroads, and...
1961 (1975 revision)
Topographical map of an area of northwest Platte County, Missouri and northeast Leavenworth County, Kansas, as well as a small section of southeast Atchison County, Kansas. The towns of Weston, Missouri...
Who's Who among Carmen
Biographical article about Frank Nelson, "Motorman No. 1 of the Metropolitan" Street Railway Company and former "chief hostler of the Missouri Pacific railroad" in the 1880s.
Biographical sketch of Dr. Willis Percival King, or Willis King, a physician born in Macon County, Missouri, in 1839 and coming to Kansas City in 1888 as "a local surgeon of the Missouri Pacific Railroad."...
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