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1. Thomas Stephens Thomas Stephens Photos and information on Thomas Michael Stephens, or Thomas Stephens, a "constructivist" artist of Kansas City fountains, playgrounds, and landscape art works, etc. Born in Arkansas in 1941 and exhibiting...

2. Telephone Company Building Telephone Company Building Full frontal and side view; located on northwest corner of 11th and Oak.

3. Telephone Building to Lose Height Record to Two Rivals Telephone Building to Lose Height Record to Two Rivals May/11/1930 Picture showing relative heights of five tallest buildings at the time compared with the Liberty Memorial.

4. Telephone Building Telephone Building Partial frontal and side view.

5. Telephone Building Telephone Building Interior view.

6. Telephone Building Telephone Building Full frontal and partial side view. Shows building before upper stories were added.

7. Telephone Building Telephone Building circa 1930s Looking east at the Telephone Building, located on northwest corner of 11th and Oak. Also shows reflective view of same building from National Garage windows, located across the street on the south side....

8. Telephone Building Telephone Building View of Southwestern Bell Telephone Building from the southeast, approximately 12th and Oak.

9. Tallest Building Here? That Question Is Unanswerable: Comparisons of Lofty New Structures Show That Tallest Building Here? That Question Is Unanswerable: Comparisons of Lofty New Structures Show That Possession of the Kansas City Height Record Depends Entirely on How You Look at the Matter May/3/1931 Photos, caption, and article about the problems in defining the tallest building in Kansas City, with the primary candidates being the Kansas City Power & Light Building (shown under construction), the...

10. Southwestern Bell Telephone Building Southwestern Bell Telephone Building

11. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1939-1958, Page p022 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1939-1958, Page p022 1939-1958 A portion of Kansas City from E. 9th Street south to E. 11th Street and from McGee east to Oak, showing buildings and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining area.

12. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p004 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p004 1895-1907 Northern edge of early Kansas City riverfront area from West 4th Street south to West 6th Street and from Central east to Main, showing additions, buildings and streets.

13. Remembrances of Things Past Remembrances of Things Past December//1978 Photo of the Jewish synagogue and Telephone Building at 11th and Oak Streets in 1923, part of the collection of photographs of Albert Schoenberg at the Jackson County Historical Society. Description of...

14. People atop Telephone Building People atop Telephone Building August 28, 1929 Unidentified people atop Telephone Building watching the Graf Zeppelin.

15. Oak Street Oak Street 1926 Rooftop view, taken from the Telephone Building, looking north along Oak.

16. Oak Street Oak Street 1926 Rooftop view, taken from the Telephone Building, looking south along Oak.

17. Oak Street Oak Street 1926 Rooftop view, taken from the Telephone Building, looking south along Oak.

18. Oak Street Oak Street circa 1940 Oak Street looking toward the north from just south of 13th Street in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. View includes Telephone Building on the left and both the City Hall and the Jackson County Courthouse...

19. Oak Street Oak Street 1926 Rooftop view, taken from the Telephone Building, looking south along Oak.

20. Oak Street Oak Street February, 1930 Looking north along the east side of Oak just north of 13th.