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1. Word of Mouth: Cruisin' Down the Boulevard Word of Mouth: Cruisin' Down the Boulevard June 2001 Photo and review of several Mexican restaurants on "Southwest Boulevard, in the 2.3 mile stretch between long-time favorite Manny's on the east and Sol Azteca on the west end near Rainbow" Boulevard.

2. West Side Cafe West Side Cafe 1989 Full frontal and partial side view; located at 723 Southwest Boulevard.

3. West Library Branch West Library Branch 1990 Full frontal view; located at 902 Southwest Boulevard

4. West Bottoms West Bottoms ca. 1930 Aerial view looking west along Mulberry Street in the West Bottoms; shows Kansas City Furniture Manufacturing Company, Davis Paint, and unidentified grain elevators.

5. West Bottoms West Bottoms ca. 1930 Aerial view looking north near 29th and Southwest Boulevard. Stockyards, train roundhouse, Kansas and Missouri Rivers in view.

6. Weber Engine Company City Directory Entry Weber Engine Company City Directory Entry 1892 Entry for the Weber engine business at 405 Southwest Boulevard, under the heading of George J. Weber.

7. Walter Halliwell, Walter Dickey, and Moritz Eyssell Walter Halliwell, Walter Dickey, and Moritz Eyssell 1890 Photos and biographical sketches of Walter Halliwell (president of the Thorn-Hunkin Cement Company at 1007 Walnut Street with warehouses at 8th and Mill Streets), Walter Dickey (president of the W. S....

8. Venerable Store Loses a Link to the Past Venerable Store Loses a Link to the Past March 26, 2008 Article features the Strasser Hardware store and Harold Strasser who recently died at age 100. The store is located at 910 Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City, Kansas. Harold's father A. L. Strasser opened...

9. Union Station and Liberty Memorial Union Station and Liberty Memorial ca. 1930 Aerial view, looking northeast, near 29th and Southwest Boulevard; shows Union Station, Liberty Memorial, and train roundhouse.

10. Union Station Union Station ca. 1930 Aerial view looking east over near 25th and Southwest Boulevard; shows Union Station, West Side. Identified on back as "Penn Ave. Viaduct & Union Sta."

11. Unidentified Flood, Southwest Blvd Unidentified Flood, Southwest Blvd Postcard of Southwest Boulevard during Unidentified Flood

12. Travel Travel June 2011 A reflection on Kansas City's "boozy past," especially liquor stores and saloons in the West Bottoms, and a "tour" of present-day distilleries and pubs in the Kansas City area. Includes a color picture...

13. The Winding Valley and the Craggy Hillside: A History of the City of Rosedale, Kansas The Winding Valley and the Craggy Hillside: A History of the City of Rosedale, Kansas //1976 Chapter of the book devoted to the role of Southwest Boulevard in the development of Rosedale, Kansas, with a chronological map starting in 1872.

14. The Kansas City Architectural Heritage The Kansas City Architectural Heritage February//1958 Photos and biographical article about Ernest Brostrom, architect of two notable buildings in Kansas City, the Rushton Baking Company building at 814 Southwest Boulevard (Kansas City, Kansas) and the Jensen-Salsbery...

15. The Art of It All The Art of It All September 2001 Photos and article about public art and artists of Kansas City, including the Avenue of the Arts, sculptures at the Poindexter Garage, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, and Johnson County Community College,...

16. Southwest Trafficway Bridge Southwest Trafficway Bridge 1955 Looking north along the west side of the Southwest Trafficway bridge crossing Southwest Boulevard.

17. Southwest Trafficway Southwest Trafficway 1955 Looking north along the west side of the Southwest Trafficway viaduct over Southwest Boulevard.

18. Southwest Boulevard Flood Southwest Boulevard Flood September, 8 1914 Scene of flooding in Southwest Boulevard (Rosedale), Kansas City, Missouri. Drugstore on corner, debris on sidewalk, water in street, three people, and a cart are visible.

19. Southwest Boulevard Flood Southwest Boulevard Flood September 1914 Scene of the flooding of Turkey Creek onto Southwest Boulevard in Kansas City, Missouri. Debris and people visible in street. Side of one building says J.R. Elliott Fancy and Staple Groceries.

20. Southwest Boulevard Businesses Southwest Boulevard Businesses 1999 Street side view of Southwest Boulevard between Jefferson to Summit in Kansas City, Missouri. The Spanish Grocers store is in view, located at 722 Southwest Boulevard. Area is a Hispanic American or Latino...