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Mary Handly Linton Papers and Slide Collection Finding Aid
Mary Handly Linton was a local poet and author of books of verse. The collection contains both her personal papers and slide collection of approximately 3800 slides. Included with the personal papers are...
Mrs. Embur Smith Obituary
Obituary for Mrs. Embur Smith (dying in 1965), daughter of Shelby Rennick, the last mayor of Rosedale, Kansas before its incorporation into Kansas City, Kansas.
New Dunbar Principal
November 9, 1951
File containing an article and photo about Miss Sirpora Miller, newly appointed principal of "Dunbar grade school" in Kansas City, Kansas. Miller was a native of Kansas City, Kansas and formerly served...
Not So Rapid Transit
Photo of "the entire Rosedale St. railway system in 1888, according to. ..Mrs. Margaret Landis, Rosedale historian. .."
Part of Urban Renewal Now: Echoes of Rosedale's History in a Land Sale
Article about the demolition of many buildings on land in Rosedale, Kansas, formerly owned by, among others, Dr. Simeon Bell, associated with the founding of the University of Kansas Medical Center.
Red Hot Response
Article describes the successful efforts of Rick Bumgardner and Don Fields to convert Rosedale's Fire Station Number 1, an historic building located at the corner of I-35 and Mission Road, into a living...
Information on the Rosedale Arch, a World War I memorial in Rosedale, Kansas.
Rosedale Area after 1951 Flood
Aerial view of the Rosedale area in the aftermath of the 1951 Flood.
Rosedale Had Mule Cars
Reminiscences of Mrs. Margaret Landis of the first horse and mule-drawn street cars in Rosedale, Kansas, starting in 1887 following the completion of the adjacent Southwest Boulevard.
Mission Cliffs, a development of 115 single-family homes in the Rosedale neighborhood of Wyandotte County, "is the brainchild of City Vision Ministries, in partnership with the Rosedale Development Association....
Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page f008
Key to Sanborn Map of Kansas City, Vol. 1 (corrected to January 1907), showing Kansas City area bounded from the Kansas and Missouri State Line on the west, Cherry on the east, the Missouri River to the...
Simplicity Marks Rosedale "Giants"
Article about Dr. Simeon Bell (1820-1913) and his wife Eleanor Taylor Bell (1824-1866) and their association in the founding of the Eleanor Taylor Bell Memorial Hospital in 1905 at 7th Street and Southwest...
Suggestions to Delegates to the A. V. A. Convention: Vocational Education in Kansas
Article about the "seventh annual convention of the American Vocational Association, in Kansas City" in 1932 for students in Kansas to learn about industrial education. Industrial arts courses listed in...
The Streets and Avenues of Kansas City, Kansas, Part VII: Rosedale
Article describes the origins of street names in the Rosedale section of Kansas City, Kansas, and includes a brief overview of the history of that area.
The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men
Biographical sketch of Anthony Sauer, a retired western trader and real estate investor in Rosedale, Kansas (in Kansas City, Kansas). Born in Germany in 1823 and emigrating to Kansas City about 1857 as...
The Winding Valley and the Craggy Hillside: A History of the City of Rosedale, Kansas
Chapter of the book devoted to the role of Southwest Boulevard in the development of Rosedale, Kansas, with a chronological map starting in 1872.
Unidentified Flood, Southwest Blvd
Postcard of Southwest Boulevard during Unidentified Flood
Who's Who in Kansas City
Portraits and biographical article about Albert Schoenberg, "president [of the] Schoenberg Realty and Investment Company." Born in Kansas City in 1886 at 1017 Broadway, raised in Rosedale, Kansas, and...
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