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1. 911: An Emergency on Walnut 911: An Emergency on Walnut Summer 1994 Article about the twin-towered Post Office Federal Building, winner of 1931 American Institute of Architecture award. Story of its near abandonment after a report by OSHA (Office of Safety and Health Administration)....

2. Campbell's Gazetteer of Missouri Campbell's Gazetteer of Missouri //1875 Index references and pictures in the book regarding post offices across the state of Missouri.

3. Clark's New Sectional Map of Missouri Clark's New Sectional Map of Missouri 1860 "Compiled & Engraved from the United States Land Surveys and other reliable resources." Map of Missouri showing counties, county seats, railroads, post offices, churches, steam and water mills, and roads....

4. Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Missouri Colton's New Sectional Map of the State of Missouri 1872 Continuation of title: Compiled from the United States Surveys and Other Authentic Sources Exhibiting the Sections, Fractional Sections, Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages, Post Offices, Rail Roads & other...

5. Federal Building and Post Office Federal Building and Post Office 1932 Photo and description of the Federal Building and Post Office building located at 9th and Walnut Streets, occupying 168 feet on Walnut Street and 115.5 feet on 9th Street.

6. Federal Buildings In Kansas City Federal Buildings In Kansas City Photos, illustrations, and information on the old federal buildings of Kansas City, doubling as post offices. First post office at 7th and Main Streets in the early 1880s, replaced in the mid-1880s in...

7. Federal Government in Greater Kansas City Federal Government in Greater Kansas City 1939 Second Federal Building in Kansas City, built in 1900, also housing the Post Office, at 9th and Grand Avenue. Had a capital design complete with dome gilded with gold leaf and rotunda. Building cost $900,050.47...

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. Hermann Sheet Hermann Sheet 1890 (1926 reprint) Topographical map depicting areas of Lincoln, Montgomery, Warren, Franklin, and Gasconade counties in northeast Missouri, including the towns of Hermann, New Haven, Washington, and Warrenton, as well as...

11. Historic Westport: Westport's Post Offices Historic Westport: Westport's Post Offices April//1980 Early history of postal delivery and post offices in Westport, back to 1832, with a photo of the Theis house, "one of Westport's succession of post offices."

12. Jackson County, Missouri Jackson County, Missouri 1881 Map of Jackson County, Missouri, showing railroad lines, towns (including Kansas City and Independence), churches, and post offices. Townships are indicated by color.

13. James Crews James Crews December 17, 1953 The first black to be regularly employed by the Kansas City post offices was James Crews. The post office station at 1825 Vine Street was named for him. Also from the Kansas City Star, August 27, 1953,...

14. Kansas City Public Library Kansas City Public Library 2001 Interior view taken at the Plaza branch of the Kansas City Public Library located at 48th and Main in the Country Club Plaza. Taken on the lower lever looking through an open door into the Plaza Station...

15. Map of Clinton Co., Missouri Map of Clinton Co., Missouri 1881 Map of Clinton County showing townships in color. Also shows towns, post offices, and railroad lines. Map may have been taken from a history of Clinton County.

16. Map of Eastern Kansas Map of Eastern Kansas 1856 Photoreproduction of a map of eastern Kansas including a sketch of three buildings in Lawrence. Legend indicates towns, trading posts, post offices, Native American villages, missions, and government forts....

17. Map of Jackson County, MO. Map of Jackson County, MO. 1881 Black and white photocopy of map of Jackson County, Missouri, showing railroad lines, towns (including Kansas City and Independence), churches, and post offices.

18. Map of Johnson County, MO Map of Johnson County, MO 1881 Map of Johnson County, Missouri, showing townships (in color), roads, railroads, post offices, schools, and churches.

19. Map of the County of Clayton, Iowa Map of the County of Clayton, Iowa 1857 Map of Clayton County, Iowa, that includes flour mills, smelting furnaces, saw mills, steam ferry boats, post offices, and villages. An abstract from the 1856 Clayton County census is included at the bottom...

20. Mendenhall's Road Map of Missouri Mendenhall's Road Map of Missouri 1902 Continuation of title, "Showing Through Bicycle Routes in the State. Location of Towns, Post Offices, Railroads, &c." Map of Missouri showing bicycle through-routes, railroads, towns, counties, post offices,...