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81. From 'Ghetto To Goldmine' From 'Ghetto To Goldmine' May 13-19, 2011 The first of a four-part series on the Linwood Shopping Center, focusing on the history and plans for the future. Before and after photos are included with the article.

82. Funding Focus Closes Liberty Memorial Museum Annexes. Funding Focus Closes Liberty Memorial Museum Annexes. November-December/24-1/1999 Discusses reallocation of funding and staff resources resulting in closing of Liberty Memorial Museum annexes in two Kansas City shopping centers.

83. Funkhouser Backs Bannister Project Funkhouser Backs Bannister Project December 13, 2007 Article about the mayor's support of TIF for the $949 million Three Trails redevelopment plan for Bannister Mall. The former mall and adjacent Benjamin Plaza shopping center will be demolished to be replaced...

84. Geographic Spotlight: Above the Street Geographic Spotlight: Above the Street October 2001 Photos and article about the Country Club Plaza and its many apartment buildings being "converted into condominiums as the allure of urban convenience and Plaza chic attracts waves of affluent would-be...

85. Group Fighting to Save Bannister Mall Group Fighting to Save Bannister Mall October 5-11, 2007 Save The Bannister Mall Group, Inc., a group consisting of mostly minority businessmen and activists, has proposed a 21-point plan to revitalize Bannister Mall and the surrounding area. The group opposes...

86. Her Art Graces Shopping Centers Her Art Graces Shopping Centers February/23/1975 Biographical article about Kansas City artist Rita Blitt and her large sculptures displayed at shopping centers and other public spaces around Greater Kansas City starting in the late 1960s, with photos...

87. Holiday Magic Holiday Magic November-December//1998 Photos and article about the attraction of vast amounts of holiday lights at the Country Club Plaza shopping district of Kansas City.

88. How I Did It: Opening a Security Store How I Did It: Opening a Security Store December//1998 Photo and biographical article about Tracey Hawkins, a black "32-year-old Missouri resident" and founder of "Security Source, a personal- and property-safety shop she opened a year ago in the Mission Center...

89. How to Build a Shopping Mall. ..and How Not to How to Build a Shopping Mall. ..and How Not to December//1980 General description of the prominence of shopping malls in people's lives with an evaluation of three malls in serving the people--Independence Center, Ward Parkway, and Oak Park Mall.

90. Indian Springs to be Midwest's first Hispanic-oriented retail/service hub Indian Springs to be Midwest's first Hispanic-oriented retail/service hub November 21-26, 2002 Article describes opening of Indian Springs, "a shopping and service center wih a Latin American flavor". The Center, in Kansas City, Kansas, includes shops, a restaurant and mortgage company.

91. It Takes a Hook to Lure Them In It Takes a Hook to Lure Them In September 8, 2009 Feature article for Star Business Weekly about several of the bigger proposed retail developments in the Kansas City area that plan to include major cultural or recreational attractions. Among others are...

92. It's a Family Tradition: The Goodheart Family/Country Club Shoe Stores It's a Family Tradition: The Goodheart Family/Country Club Shoe Stores //September Article spotlighting the Goodhart family shoe store business in the Brookside area, among other "Southtown" family businesses.

93. J. C. Nichols and the Shaping of Kansas City: Innovation in Planned Residential Communities J. C. Nichols and the Shaping of Kansas City: Innovation in Planned Residential Communities 1990

94. J. C. Nichols Chronicle: The Authorized Story of the Man, His Company, and His Legacy, 1880-1994 J. C. Nichols Chronicle: The Authorized Story of the Man, His Company, and His Legacy, 1880-1994 1994

95. J. C. Nichols Collection Finding Aid J. C. Nichols Collection Finding Aid 1912-1960 (bulk 1922-1950) J. C. Nichols was born in Olathe, Kansas, in 1880 and died in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1950. He was a major residential land developer in the metropolitan area. He was a pioneer in the development of...

96. Jac T Bowen: Kansas City Artist Jac T Bowen: Kansas City Artist 2010 Book describing the career and works of local artist Jac T Bowen, an accomplished painter, muralist, and sculptor. Bowen was a a student and teacher at the Kansas City Art Institute, and a pupil of Thomas...

97. K. C.'s Christmas Is in the Cards K. C.'s Christmas Is in the Cards December//1989 Photos and article about the Christmas shopping centers of Crown Center and the Country Club Plaza with festive holiday lights (at the Plaza) and large tree (at Crown Center, the second largest Christmas...

98. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Full frontal and partial side view of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home; located on the northwest corner of Westport Road and Southwest Trafficway.

99. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Full frontal view of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home.

100. Kansas City Orphan Boys Home Kansas City Orphan Boys Home ca1960 Distant view looking southeast of Kansas City Orphan Boys Home; shows chapel, play shed and playground equipment.