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Buildings (8)
Municipal Wharf (8)
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Circa 1940 (7)
August//1913 (1)
1909-1938 (1)

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1. Missouri River, Municipal Wharf Missouri River, Municipal Wharf Postcard of Missouri River, Municipal Wharf

2. Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Circa 1940 Local radio station, WHB, attends the ground breaking ceremony of the Municipal Wharf.

3. Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Circa 1940 Ground breaking ceremony of the Municipal Wharf. On the platform behind the public speaker is Mayor John B. Gage.

4. Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Circa 1940 Ground breaking ceremony of the Municipal Wharf. On the platform located behind the speaker is Mayor John B. Gage.

5. Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Circa 1940 Ground breaking ceremony of the Municipal Wharf. On the platform is Mayor John B. Gage. Also present are members of the military, including one Brigadier General and a Major General.

6. Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Municipal Wharf Ground Breaking Ceremony Circa 1940 A photo taken at the site where the Municipal Wharf would be built. Hannibal Bridge is in the background.

7. Municipal Wharf Groundbreaking Ceremony Municipal Wharf Groundbreaking Ceremony Circa 1940 Groundbreaking ceremony at the Municipal Warf.

8. Municipal Wharf Groundbreaking Ceremony Municipal Wharf Groundbreaking Ceremony Circa 1940 Groundbreaking ceremony at the Municipal Warf.

9. Not a Rouster Aboard Not a Rouster Aboard August//1913 Story of the revival of commercial use of the city's "navigable streams," with photos of the numerous boats, dockworkers, and "new municipal wharf."

10. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1909-1938, Page p002 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1909-1938, Page p002 1909-1938 A portion of Kansas City from W. 3rd Street south to W. 5th Street and from Bluff Street east to Broadway, showing buildings, streets, railroads, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer to...