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81. Creating Karnes Boulevard and Coleman Highlands Creating Karnes Boulevard and Coleman Highlands Fall 1999 History of Karnes Boulevard and the Coleman Highlands Residential District, both within or near the Roanoke-Valentine residential district, or the Valentine residential district.

82. Crestwood Residential District Crestwood Residential District 1993 Stone gates located on the northeast corner of 54th and Oak.

83. Crestwood Residential District Crestwood Residential District

84. Crestwood: KC's Friendly Showplace Crestwood: KC's Friendly Showplace November//1989 Description of the design and culture of the neighborhood "between UMKC and 56th Street with east-west borders between Oak and Holmes streets," developed in 1919 by J. C. Nichols, with streets following...

85. Detached Home for 'Transplants' Detached Home for 'Transplants' May 29, 2008 "The City Homes project nearing completion at Fifth and Oak streets in the River Market area packs 27 detached houses into a 2.2 acre site between the City Market and the Columbus Park neighborhood." Built...

86. Developer Prepares to Restart Beacon Hill Work Developer Prepares to Restart Beacon Hill Work May 12-18, 2006 The Beacon Hill neighborhood covers about 90 acres and is located east from Troost Avenue to Vine Street between 22nd and 27th streets. Zimmer Real Estate Services LC plan to build 40 townhouses this fall....

87. Discovering the Past Discovering the Past May//1976 Some history of the Roanoke Park area of Westport.

88. Dispute Pits Tennis Club Vs. Nelson Museum Dispute Pits Tennis Club Vs. Nelson Museum May 8, 2008 There is tension between the Rockhill neighborhood and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art concerning the fate of the Rockhill Tennis Club. The museum trustees own the tennis club at 46th Street and Rockhill...

89. Diversity Meets Quality: Shoal Creek Builds on Everything Great About Kansas City Diversity Meets Quality: Shoal Creek Builds on Everything Great About Kansas City May/June 2003 Author reports that after three years of intensive planning, design and public workshops, Shoal Creek Valley broke ground on its second neighborhood, The Village. Shoal Creek Valley is in the Liberty School...

90. Dividends of Good Government Dividends of Good Government March 21, 1951 Page from the Kansas City Star, March 21, 1951, with rough map showing the Northeast Industrial District and the flood protection measures taken there.

91. Do You Know Kansas City? Do You Know Kansas City? October/3/1947 Photo and short descripton of 1907 Waldo and the businesses in the picture, including Emery, Bird, Thayer & Company and George C. Croner's grocery store.

92. Do You Live on the Armour Farm? Do You Live on the Armour Farm? October 17, 1962 History of the Armour Fields district, formerly part of the K. B. Armour family farm house, since 1918, when it was bought by J. C. Nichols, at 6740 Pennsylvania Avenue, with photos.

93. Downtown East Area Plan: Area Plan 3 Downtown East Area Plan: Area Plan 3 1978 Land use, long-range plans, and maps of the area, bounded by Troost, I-70 to the north and east, and 23rd Street.

94. Downtown Industrial Area Plan: Area Plan 14 Downtown Industrial Area Plan: Area Plan 14 1978 Land use, long-range plans, and maps of the Downtown business district, bounded by Crosstown Freeway, Kansas City Terminal Tracks, Southwest Trafficway, and Troost Avenue.

95. Downtown Skyline Downtown Skyline Pre-1913 Unidentified location.

96. Downtown Skyline Downtown Skyline 1875 Unidentified location.

97. Dundee Place Residential District Dundee Place Residential District Paper on the history of Dundee Place, from its origins in 1827 as a planned site as a seminary, to its sale to James H. McGee in 1829, to its later role as the site of the Kansas City Industrial Exposition....

98. Dundee Place Residential District Dundee Place Residential District

99. Duquesne Heights Duquesne Heights

100. East 23rd Street Area Plan: Area Plan 9 East 23rd Street Area Plan: Area Plan 9 1977 Land use, long-range goals, and maps of the East 23rd Street residential district, bounded by I-70 to the west and south, Kansas City Terminal Railway, and Topping Avenue.