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1. Historic Westport: The Hamiltons of Westport Historic Westport: The Hamiltons of Westport May//1981 Photo and biographical article about the Hamiltons of mid-1800s Westport, James Hamilton (~1816-1869), a Western freighter, and his wife Cornelia Hamilton, a daughter of Thomas and Catherine Bernard. Description...

2. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Full frontal and partial side view of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home; located on the northwest corner of Westport Road and Southwest Trafficway.

3. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Full frontal view of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home.

4. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Distant view looking southeast of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home; shows chapel, play shed and playground equipment.

5. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Distant view looking south of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home; shows chapel, play shed and playground equipment.

6. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Looking west from the grounds of the Kansas City Orphan Boys Home; shows the backs of houses along the 4200 block of Wiedenmann Place in the distance.

7. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 View of the back of the Kansas City Orphan Boys Home.

8. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 View looking north at playground equipment on the grounds of the Kansas City Orphan Boys Home; shows the backs of houses along the 900 block of west 42nd Street.

9. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Full view of the west side of the Kansas City Orphan Boys Home chapel.

10. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home 1960 Full side view of the Kansas City Orphan Boys Home chapel.

11. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Chapel Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Chapel ca1960 Full side view of the chapel at Kansas City Orphan Boys Home.

12. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Chapel Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Chapel ca1960 Distant view looking northeast of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home and chapel.

13. Old Westport Shopping Center Old Westport Shopping Center

14. Old Westport Shopping Center Old Westport Shopping Center ca1960 Architect's drawing of what the proposed Old Westport Shopping Center would look like. Location is on the northwest corner of Westport Road and Southwest Trafficway. Drawing by Folger and Pearson, A.I.A....

15. Old Westport Shopping Center Survey Photographs Finding Aid Old Westport Shopping Center Survey Photographs Finding Aid circa 1960 These 13 8" x 10" photographs are of structures on the property limits of the proposed shopping center to be known as Old Westport on the Santa Fe Trail, 1010 Westport Ave., Kansas City, Mo. The Kansas...

16. Residence at 4232 Greenwood Place Residence at 4232 Greenwood Place ca1960 Full frontal view of house at 4232 Greenwood Place; used by Kansas City Orphan Boys Home as priests' residence.

17. Residence At 4248 Greenwood Place Residence At 4248 Greenwood Place ca1960 Full frontal and side view of house located at 4248 Greenwood Place, the southwest corner of Greenwood Place and Southwest Trafficway.

18. Westport Center was First a Home for Orphaned Boys Westport Center was First a Home for Orphaned Boys August 10, 1988 Article tells of Kansas City's first home for boys. The site of the home, at the intersection of Southwest Trafficway and Westport Road, was originally the house of of James G. Hamilton. It eventually...