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1. As the Dedication Program for Kansas City's 4-Million-Dollar Postoffice Took Place As the Dedication Program for Kansas City's 4-Million-Dollar Postoffice Took Place September/10/1933 Photos of the dedication of the Main Postoffice on Pershing Road, with crowds before city and federal officials, including Postmaster General James Farley.

2. Central Postoffice Here Central Postoffice Here April/15/1934 Article announcing the upgrading of the Main Postoffice on Pershing Road to central status, now handling direct mailing rather than all mail materials being sent through Washington, D. C., first.

3. Cox's Pasture Cox's Pasture December/25/1949 Reminiscences about the land where the post office building is on Pershing Road in 1907, known then as "Cox's pasture."

4. Federal Post Office Federal Post Office September 10, 1933 Dedication ceremonies.

5. Federal Post Office Federal Post Office 1945 Full frontal and side view; located at 315 W. Pershing.

6. Federal Post Office Federal Post Office 1960 Partial frontal view.

7. Federal Post Office Federal Post Office 1932 Construction view.

8. Federal Post Office Federal Post Office circa 1950s Kansas City's main post office at 315 W. Pershing Road.

9. Federal Post Office Federal Post Office ca.1935 Full frontal and west side view of post office at 315 Pershing Road. Cars are parked in front.

10. Huge Expanse Lies under Union Station Huge Expanse Lies under Union Station February/24/1988 Article about the "modern mail-sorting wonder" of the underground complex connecting the Main Post Office to Union Station and its part in helping Kansas City become a transportation and communication...

11. IRS Reaches Deal to Use Post Office IRS Reaches Deal to Use Post Office January 16, 2004 Major lease terms for the old Main Post Office building on Pershing Road have been negotiated with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). U.S. Senator Kit Bond was a major influence in the project. Current...

12. Kansas City Cut Stone Company Kansas City Cut Stone Company 1932 Interior view of Kansas City Cut Stone Company; located at 5th and Cheyenne. Shows David Judah and Vincent Alberici and ornamental carvings for the post office on Pershing Road.

13. Kansas City Cut Stone Company Kansas City Cut Stone Company 1932 Interior view of Kansas City Cut Stone Company; located at 5th and Cheyenne. Shows ornamental carvings for the post office on Pershing Road.

14. Kansas City Cut Stone Company Kansas City Cut Stone Company 1932 Interior view of Kansas City Cut Stone Company; located at 5th and Cheyenne. Shows ornamental carvings for the post office on Pershing Road.

15. Midtown Kansas City, Missouri Midtown Kansas City, Missouri 1945 Looking northwest from Liberty Memorial.

16. Midtown Kansas City, Missouri Midtown Kansas City, Missouri 1945 Looking west from Liberty Memorial.

17. Post Office Post Office Postcard of the main post office at 315 W. Pershing

18. Post Office On Pershing Road Post Office On Pershing Road Post office at 315 West Pershing Road completed in 1932 for $4,000,000 and occupied in September 1933.

19. Swing's Man of the Month: Lou Holland--"In the Beginning" Swing's Man of the Month: Lou Holland--"In the Beginning" November//1946 Photo and biographical article about Louis Edward Holland, or Lou Holland, leading organizer of the Municipal Airport, "the main Kansas City post office building" (across from Union Station), and the first...