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161. Drawing of Union Depot Drawing of Union Depot 1880 Full frontal view.

162. Drawing of Union Depot Drawing of Union Depot Full frontal and side view, looking south.

163. Drawing of Union Depot Drawing of Union Depot 1870 Distant view of first Union Depot; located on Union Avenue.

164. Early Business in the West Bottoms Early Business in the West Bottoms May 1886 Dealers in wrought iron pipe, rubber and leather beltings, pumps, steam fittings and engine trimmings at 1328-1330 West 11th Street, in the West Bottoms.

165. Early Kansas City Early Kansas City 1870 Looking northwest across West Bottoms from 12th Street at top of the West Bluffs.

166. Early Kansas City Riverfront Early Kansas City Riverfront 1870 Looking southwest along south side of Missouri River towards the West Bottoms.

167. Early Kansas City Riverfront Early Kansas City Riverfront 1900 Looking northwest from West Bluffs, near north end of West Bottoms. Shows 9th Street Incline in foreground.

168. Early Kansas City Riverfront Early Kansas City Riverfront 1890 Looking southwest along south side of Missouri River towards the West Bottoms.

169. Early Kansas City, Missouri Early Kansas City, Missouri 1870 West Kansas from bluff, at 10th Street.

170. Elbert Landfried Photograph Collection Elbert Landfried Photograph Collection circa 1940s-60s This collection contains 11 black and white mounted display photographs measuring 14" x 16" and housed in one box. The award-winning photographs were taken by Elbert Landfried. They show both artistic...

171. Elevated Railroad Tracks Elevated Railroad Tracks Elevated tracks in the West Bottoms.

172. Elevated Railway Tracks Elevated Railway Tracks 1888 View from the ground of the elevated railway tracks at the Armour Packing Company; located in the West Bottoms.

173. Engine at Union Depot Engine at Union Depot 1890 Partial frontal view with engine number 828 and coach car in foreground.

174. Erotic Exhibition and Performance in West Bottoms Erotic Exhibition and Performance in West Bottoms June//1999 Review of multi-media show at Dirt Gallery.

175. Expedition to Chili Expedition to Chili December 28, 2006-January 3, 2007 Article describing restaurants throughout the Kansas City area known for outstanding chili. Among those mentioned are Town Topic, Dixon's Famous Chili and the Courthouse Exchange in Independence, Fritz's...

176. Factories and Homes Factories and Homes 1934 Untitled color drawing depicting factories, homes and street, unidentified but presumed to be in the West Bottoms area. Signed: C. L. Budworth '34.

177. Farewell, Music Exchange Farewell, Music Exchange November 9, 2005 The popular Music Exchange business located at 4200 Broadway is about to close, probably by December 31, 2005. There are more than a million recordings in the shop. The Music Exchange was formed in 1976...

178. Father Dalton Is Dead: End Comes to Pioneer Priest of Kansas City Father Dalton Is Dead: End Comes to Pioneer Priest of Kansas City February/22/1927 Photo and obituary for Reverend William Dalton (~1848-1927), "79 years old, the oldest Catholic priest in Kansas City in age and length of service," also a local historian and biographer of Father Bernard...

179. Firms Round Up a Bottoms Plan Firms Round Up a Bottoms Plan January 22-28, 2010 Several owners of businesses in the West Bottoms have joined Bill Haw, owner of the Livestock Exchange Building, in supporting a plan to develop the Stockyards Place project. The project will build the...

180. First Railroads in Kansas City First Railroads in Kansas City March 15, 1905 The Union Pacific railroad, the first to enter Kansas City, was opened as far as Lawrence, Kansas, in December, 1864. The next to come was the Missouri Pacific, which was opened for business in October,...