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1. Architecture Along Armour Boulevard Architecture Along Armour Boulevard Nomination form for the National Register of Historic Places for Armour Boulevard, includes map and information on the two apartment buildings there designed by Kansas City architect Nelle Peters for real...

2. Biography of Nelle Nichols Peters (1884-1974), Architect Biography of Nelle Nichols Peters (1884-1974), Architect 1999

3. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biography of female architect Nelle E. Peters (1884-1974), a designer of Kansas City "apartment buildings and hotels, particularly in the 1920s."

4. Early Kansas City Architect: A Liberated Woman Early Kansas City Architect: A Liberated Woman April//1978 Photos and biographical article about Nelle Peters (1884-1974), a prolific architect (pictured) specializing in apartments and hotels in Kansas City and also designing churches, hotels, residences, and...

5. Evil Twins Receive a Reprise Evil Twins Receive a Reprise March/5/2003 Story features the Hillcrest Apartments near the intersection of Gladstone Boulevard and St. John Avenue. The buildings have been vacant since a fire in August of 2001 and are referred to by persons in...

6. Heads Go Up, and Official Thumbs Go Down Heads Go Up, and Official Thumbs Go Down September 11, 2004 Eight self-portrait ceramic head sculptures done by Kansas City Art Institute students sit perched on the roofline of an apartment building at 48th and Jefferson called Vanity Fair. The heads were glued...

7. Hillcrest Apartments Hillcrest Apartments November 16, 2005 Captioned photo of the Hillcrest Apartments. "The Hillcrest Apartments, 509-11 Gladstone Blvd., were renovated last year, with oversight from the Kansas City Landmarks Commission. In a national historic...

8. Historic Plaza Living At An Affordable Price Historic Plaza Living At An Affordable Price June 9, 2007 The Robert Louis Stevenson Condominiums are located at the corner of Jefferson Street and Ward Parkway near the Country Club Plaza. This older apartment building was designed by local woman architect Nelle...

9. Nelle E. Peters Nelle E. Peters n.d. Portrait of local woman architect Nelle E. Peters. Photograph made from the picture that appears in the book, The Book of the National Republican Convention: Kansas City, Mo.--June 12, 1928, MVSC Q 099.9...

10. Nelle E. Peters Nelle E. Peters Photos and information on Nelle Peters (1884-1974), an early woman architect in Kansas City and designer of many apartment buildings including the so-called Poet Apartments or "literary block" on West...

11. Nelle Peters Nelle Peters 1992 Photo and bio of Nelle Elizabeth Nichols Peters, or Nelle Peters (1884-1974), an early woman architect in Kansas City designing mainly hotel and apartment buildings. Native of North Dakota coming to Kansas...

12. The Amazing Nelle E. Peters The Amazing Nelle E. Peters //199? Photos and article about Nelle Peters (1884-1974), "one of Kansas City's most successful architects" and "responsible for the design of over 1,000 buildings" including "[t]he 'literary block' or 'poets'...

13. The Architectural Career of Nelle Peters The Architectural Career of Nelle Peters January//1989 Photos and biographical article about Nelle Peters (1884-1974), a Kansas City architect specializing in hotels and apartments especially in the 1920s. Native of North Dakota and coming to Kansas City in...

14. The Book of the Republican National Convention: Kansas City, Mo.--June 12, 1928 The Book of the Republican National Convention: Kansas City, Mo.--June 12, 1928 1928 Advertisement photo for Nelle Peters (1884-1974), a female architect and designer of many Kansas City apartment buildings and hotels in the 1920s.