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161. Unidentified House Unidentified House Unidentified two story house, possibly a residence of Ward Hunt. Address reads "5237", but street is unknown.

162. Unfurnished Room Unfurnished Room 1950 Unidentified unfurnished room with paneling and fireplace.

163. U.S. Epperson Residence U.S. Epperson Residence 1989 Partial frontal view; located on southwest corner of 52nd and Cherry.

164. Two Young Men Standing near Main Street Two Young Men Standing near Main Street 1926 View of Main Street just north of 50th Street, including proposed extension of Main southwest. Also pictured are two unidentified young men standing on the sidewalk.

165. Two Large Residences Sold: Omar Abernathy and W. H. Avery Bought New Homes Two Large Residences Sold: Omar Abernathy and W. H. Avery Bought New Homes June/19/1921 Illustration and article about the sale of the large stone home of Omar Abernathy, "vice-president of the Gate City National Bank and the Abernathy Furniture Company" at 1226 West 56th Street to W. H....

166. Twilight for Aged House as Wreckers Approach the Scene Twilight for Aged House as Wreckers Approach the Scene December/26/1943 File containing an article about the impending demolition of the large residence of Philip Shelly Brown, Sr., or Philip Brown, built in 1868 at 12th and Tracy Avenues by P. S. Brown, a lawyer by profession,...

167. Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Missouri and the Greater Kansas City January/1/1900 Picture and paragraph of the home at 2117 Independence Avenue.

168. Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Missouri and the Greater Kansas City January/1/1900 Picture and paragraph about the David Beals home at Wabash and Independence Avenues.

169. Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Missouri and the Greater Kansas City January/1/1900 Photo of the physician's mansion.

170. Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Twentieth Century Edition of the Kansas City Times Supplement: Illustrative-Descriptive of Imperial Missouri and the Greater Kansas City January/1/1900 Photo and brief description of the old Tiffany house.

171. Tulips near Window Tulips near Window April 29 and May 2, 1933 Tulips near window at the Robert Sutherland Residence, 1200 Santa Fe Road. Sutherland was President of the Sutherland Lumber Company.

172. Tulips near Window Tulips near Window April 29 and May 2, 1933 Tulips near window at the Robert Sutherland Residence, 1200 Santa Fe Road. Sutherland was President of the Sutherland Lumber Company.

173. Tulips at M.B. Nelson Residence Tulips at M.B. Nelson Residence 14-May-33 View from north of garage of the Mack B. Nelson residence (5500 Ward Parkway) at tulip time". Nelson was president of Long-Bell Lumber Co. "

174. Tulips and Birch Tree Tulips and Birch Tree 8-May-33 Tulips, birch tree and birdhouse at the Robert Sutherland Residence, 1200 Santa Fe Road. Sutherland was President of the Sutherland Lumber Company.

175. Tulip Garden Tulip Garden 6-May-33 View from the southeast of ''Louis XIV'' and ''Afterglow'' tulips at the Dr. Sam E. Roberts Residence, 5964 Overhill Road. Roberts was a Kansas City physician.

176. Tulip Garden Tulip Garden 13-May-33 View from the northwest of the tulip garden and residence of Dr. Sam E. Roberts, 5964 Overhill Road. Roberts was a Kansas City physician.

177. Tulip Garden Tulip Garden 2-May-36 Tulip garden at the Lucien Rosenwald Residence, 4310 Harrison. Rosenwald was a Kansas City realtor.

178. Tulip Garden Tulip Garden 7-May-35 View from northeast of tulip garden at the Maurice R. Smith Residence, 6400 Indian Lane. Smith was an officer with the Kansas City Life Insurance Company.

179. Truman Farmhouse Historic Landmark Truman Farmhouse Historic Landmark March-April//1985 Brief notice of the designation of the house of Harry Truman's maternal grandparents 12 miles south of Independence in Grandview, Missouri, built in 1840, as a historic landmark.

180. Truman Farmhouse Truman Farmhouse 1992 Full frontal and side view; located in Grandview, Missouri.