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1. Worlds of Fun Worlds of Fun 1993 Full view of water tower that serves Worlds of Fun amusement park.

2. Where Did the Cool Stuff at KCI Come From? Where Did the Cool Stuff at KCI Come From? October 2005 Article describing public art at Kansas City International Airport funded through the One Percent for Art program of Kansas City, Missouri. One Percent projects at KCI include the blue terrazzo floors,...

3. Western Union Western Union 1955 Full view of microwave towers used for Western Union's transcontinental microwave transmission system.

4. West Terrace Park, Palisades West Terrace Park, Palisades Postcard of the Palisades at West Terrace Park

5. West Terrace Park, Palisades West Terrace Park, Palisades Postcard of the Palisades at West Terrace Park

6. West Terrace Park, Palisades West Terrace Park, Palisades Postcard of the Palisades at West Terrace Park

7. Well-Off at Wellington Well-Off at Wellington December 2006 Article describes plans for developer Bruce Roberts's Wellington Place, a luxury condominium project to be constructed at 7th and Grand. Plans for the location include two towers on either side of Grand...

8. Water Tower Water Tower n.d. View of Kansas City, Missouri water tower, located north of the Missouri River. Designer John B. Martin received an award for the imaginative, colorful graphics on this water tower.

9. Water Tower Water Tower July 18, 1915 View of the water tower at the west end of the Kaw Tunnel.

10. Walnut Tower Apartments Walnut Tower Apartments 1963-07-12 View of Walnut Towers apartments from southeast.

11. Waldo Water Tower Waldo Water Tower

12. Waldo Water Tower Waldo Water Tower Nomination form for the National Register for the Waldo Water Tower, located at 75th and Holmes Streets, from May 1975. Also information on Frank Riley (1873-1920), former owner of the tower's site on...

13. Union Depot Profile Union Depot Profile 1999

14. Union Bus Terminal and Pickwick Hotel Union Bus Terminal and Pickwick Hotel Postcard of Union Bus Terminal and Pickwick Hotel

15. Tower, Unique Unity Village Landmark Reaches Half Century of Service Tower, Unique Unity Village Landmark Reaches Half Century of Service Fall//1979 Article about the "unique-to-the-midwest Italian Renaissance architecture" of the towers and campus, "World Headquarters of Unity School of Christianity" located "15 miles southeast of Kansas City in Jackson...

16. Top of the Tower Restaurant Top of the Tower Restaurant 1965-03 Interior view identified as the restaurant with French cuisine located in the Top of the Tower restaurant complex at the upper level of the Commerce Towers located in downtown Kansas City, Missouri at...

17. Today Your Search for the Ideal Apartment Ends at the Berkshire and Berkshire Arms Today Your Search for the Ideal Apartment Ends at the Berkshire and Berkshire Arms August/19/1928 Full page ad and illustration for the new Berkshire and Berkshire Arms Apartments opening in 1928 at 1017-1021 Linwood Boulevard, designed in the form of "twin towers."

18. The Lighter Side of Business The Lighter Side of Business January 2001 Photo, history, and description of "the tall KCTV-5 tower at 125 East 31st St. in Kansas City, Mo."

19. The Leaning Tower of Waldo The Leaning Tower of Waldo November 1, 1975 History of the Waldo Water Tower at 75th and Holmes Roads, built in 1920, and 134 feet high.

20. The Gateway of Kansas: A Supplement to Harper's Weekly The Gateway of Kansas: A Supplement to Harper's Weekly September/15/1888 Drawing of the old Post Office with two towers and the West Bottoms "packing house district."