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201. Penn Valley Park, Winter Scene Penn Valley Park, Winter Scene Postcard of Winter Scene at Penn Valley Park

202. Petticoat Lane, East from Main Street Petticoat Lane, East from Main Street Postcard of Petticoat Lane, East from Main Street

203. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts March/25/1916 Photo and bio of John Barber White, or John White, a lumber magnate born in New York in 1847 and moving to Missouri in 1879 before coming to Kansas City as a forestry conservationist and member of the...

204. Pink Dogwood Blossoms Pink Dogwood Blossoms 2-May-34 1231 W. 56th, Residence of Jacob Barzen, president, Sterling Machinery Corp.

205. Pink Dogwood Blossoms Pink Dogwood Blossoms 25-Apr-34 1231 W. 56th, Residence of Jacob Barzen, president, Sterling Machinery Corp.

206. Pink Dogwood Tree Pink Dogwood Tree 13-Oct-32 Pink dogwood tree in October at 1231 W. 56th, residence of Jacob Barzen, president, Sterling Machinery Corp.

207. Plaza, Independence Avenue Plaza, Independence Avenue Postcard of the Plaza Park on Independence Avenue

208. Preventing Extinction Preventing Extinction Fall//1991 Article about the diversity of Missouri's species of plants and animals, as well as other natural phenomena making them possible, such as the types of underlying soil and rock, humid continental climate,...

209. Q.: Olathe Has 'Tree City USA' Signs Posted at Its City Limits. Why Is It Called That? Q.: Olathe Has 'Tree City USA' Signs Posted at Its City Limits. Why Is It Called That? May/21/1989 Article about the signs about Olathe's high amount of trees.

210. R. R. Hayes R. R. Hayes April 9, 1905 Photo and caption about the "[s]uburban home of R. R. Hayes, Kansas City realtor, on the Wornall Road" on "[s]even acres dotted with massive trees."

211. Red Bud Tree and Mr. Hare Red Bud Tree and Mr. Hare 16-Apr-34 71st Street, Raytown, Missouri, Residence of Sid J. Hare, Landscape Architect

212. Red Oak Tree in Late October Red Oak Tree in Late October 30-Oct-33 5109 Cherry Street, Residence of Herbert F. Hall, President, Hall-Baker Grain Co.

213. Reminiscences of Mrs. Wheeler Reminiscences of Mrs. Wheeler October 27, 1905 Reminiscences by Mrs. Wheeler of her childhood home in the 1850s, "surrounded by large forest trees," etc., on 9th Street between Main and Wyandotte Streets. Also a paper entitled "Memories of My Childhood...

214. Results of County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri Results of County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri 1933 Photos of Martin City, Missouri, showing a "modern" school and "trees and foliage along Martin City's main street."

215. Richmond Tornado, 1878 Richmond Tornado, 1878 July 2007-May 2008 Article has photographs and includes many excerpts from newspapers of the time describing the storm and tornado that ripped through Richmond in 1878. Among the places destroyed was the old cemetery, now...

216. Robert L. Sweet Robert L. Sweet File containing photos and multiple articles on Robert Long Sweet, or Robert Sweet (ca. 1902-1958), "1956 president of the Chamber of Commerce and lumber executive." Native Kansas Citian named for lumberman...

217. Rockhill Road Rockhill Road Postcard of Rockhill Road.

218. Rose Trees Rose Trees 15-Jul-34 1827 E. 59th, Residence of M. R. Devin

219. Rose Trees Rose Trees n.d. 6140 Morningside Drive, Residence of Fletcher Cowherd, Real Estate Lawyer and Developer

220. Rural Scene Rural Scene 1923 Rural view with cattle standing under a large tree, location not given. Front of photograph is captioned: "High Noon." The back says: "A summer day on the farm."