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141. Automobiles, Home and Shed Automobiles, Home and Shed n.d. Automobiles, home and shed in the area of Southwest Trafficway and Roanoke Road north of Westport Road.

142. B. T. Whipple Residence B. T. Whipple Residence September 1912 Photo of the B. T. Whipple residence at 4538 Warwick Boulevard, designed by architects A. Van Brunt & Company.

143. B.C. Hyde Residence B.C. Hyde Residence Full frontal and side view; located at 1060 W. 55th.

144. Back to the City: Moving to Coleman Highlands Back to the City: Moving to Coleman Highlands Fall 1999 Article describing the appeal of moving to the Coleman Highlands residential district or neighborhood, with information about some of its old houses.

145. Back Yard Garden Back Yard Garden 20-May-33 Back yard garden of J.G. McNair, Jr., 601 W. 59th Terr. McNair was an executive with McNair and Fairman Co. (millinery).

146. Baltimore Avenue at 42nd Street Baltimore Avenue at 42nd Street 1926 View of northeast corner of 42nd and Baltimore Avenue. Includes several houses "to be condemned" to make way for a roadway connecting to Main at 41st Street.

147. Barada Garden and Residence Barada Garden and Residence 24-Apr-33 Andrew S. Barada, president, Barada and Page (chemicals), residence, 39 E. 53rd Terrace. Garden from the South.

148. Barada Garden and Residence Barada Garden and Residence 24-Apr-33 Andrew S. Barada, president, Barada and Page (chemicals), residence, 39 E. 53rd Terrace. Garden from the South.

149. Barry Miller Residence Barry Miller Residence 1986 Full frontal view of the residence of Barry Miller, located at 1610 W. 47th Street. Miller received an award for his design of this home.

150. Barsen Residence Barsen Residence Full frontal and partial side view.

151. Bathroom Bathroom 1950 Unidentified bathroom.

152. Battle of the Little Blue Battle of the Little Blue August 9, 1942 Article mentions the Battle of the Little Blue, a Civil War skirmish in the yard of the 1856 home of Lawson Moore in Jackson County.

153. Beals Residence Beals Residence Partial frontal view. Unidentified residence in background.

154. Beaux and Belles of the Old New Year: With the Music and the Flowers and the Feasting of Yesterday in Beaux and Belles of the Old New Year: With the Music and the Flowers and the Feasting of Yesterday in Kansas City--When New Year's Calls Were Fashionable and Open House on New Year's Day a Token of Social Smartness January/1/1911 Illustrations and article written presumably by Nettie Thompson Grove, about the social conventions of high society Kansas City surrounding New Year's Day in the 1880s. Illustrations of the former homes...

155. Bechtel's Crab Tree Bechtel's Crab Tree 2-May-34 1246 W. 59th, Residence of Fred C. Hoose, Vice-President, Norris Grain Co.

156. Beecher Ladies of Quality Hill Beecher Ladies of Quality Hill 1950 Paper about the Beecher sisters--Agnes Beecher Allen and Grace Susan Beecher, nieces of Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe--on Quality Hill and their home at 1313 Pennsylvania Avenue.

157. Behan Residence Behan Residence Full frontal and side view; located on Troost.

158. Belleview Street Residence Belleview Street Residence 1989 Full frontal and side view; located at 3635 Belleview.

159. Belmar Residence Belmar Residence Full frontal and side view.

160. Belton Family Breaking Tradition of Homestead Belton Family Breaking Tradition of Homestead October/4/1973 Photo and article about the LaMar family homestead in Belton, Missouri, ending its four generations of family residency with the departure of 64-year-old Baker LaMar. History of the homestead (settled...