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1. Big Plans for Historic Pickwick Big Plans for Historic Pickwick September 19, 2013 Article reports on a plan to to renovate the historic Pickwick hotel and bus terminal complex located between 9th and 10th streets on McGee. Overland Park developer Tom Smith wants to redevelop the complex...

2. Biography of Thomas Wight (1874-1949) and William D. Wight (1882-1947), Architects Biography of Thomas Wight (1874-1949) and William D. Wight (1882-1947), Architects 2008

3. City Hall City Hall April 21, 1905 Kansas City City Hall opened October 25, 1937, with a height of 423 feet and 30 stories. Located on 12th Street, bounded by Oak, Locust, 11th and 12th Streets. Built with a PWA grant of $1,575,000 for...

4. City Hall Profile City Hall Profile 1999

5. Ersie Tarbell Obituary Ersie Tarbell Obituary April/11/1968 Obituary for Ersie Tarbell, a Kansas City architect with the Wight & Wight Company for 30 years before dying in 1968.

6. Fred Wolferman Residence Fred Wolferman Residence 2008 Description and history of the Fred Wolferman residence designed in late 1922 by Wight & Wight in Kansas City. Includes drawings of the plans for first and second floors.

7. Geoge B. Franklin, 1883-1953 Geoge B. Franklin, 1883-1953 February//1953 Obituary for George Franklin (1883-1953), an architect coming to Kansas City from Iowa "shortly before World War I" to join Wight & Wight until the early 1920s before designing Forum Cafeterias in Kansas...

8. Jackson County Courthouse Profile Jackson County Courthouse Profile 1999

9. Jackson County Courthouses Jackson County Courthouses April 21, 1905 Photos and descriptions of both older Jackson County Courthouses and the newer one built in 1934 at 13th and Locust Streets.

10. Kansas City (Mo.) City Hall Building Files Finding Aid Kansas City (Mo.) City Hall Building Files Finding Aid 1931-1999 The City Hall of Kansas City, Missouri is located between 11th and 12th streets and Oak and Locust in the downtown area. It was built as part of the city's Ten Year Plan and opened in 1937. The local firm...

11. Liberty Memorial Profile Liberty Memorial Profile 1999

12. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the "Public Bath in the Grove, 15th Street and Bellefontaine Avenue, Kansas City, Mo., erected 1913-1914, Wight & Wight, Kansas City, architects."

13. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the Thomas H. Swope Memorial in Swope Park, erected in Kansas City in 1917 from designs by architects Wight & Wight.

14. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Building Profile Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art Building Profile 1999, revised 2007

15. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Edward Wilder, a Kansas City architect and co-founder of the firm of Wilder & Wight, later becoming Wight & Wight after his retirement in 1912. Native of Topeka, Kansas with residence...

16. Pioneer Mother Statue Pioneer Mother Statue 1934 Chapter 13 focuses on the Pioneer Mother statue and its sculptor Alexander Phimister Proctor. Statue facts: (1) Howard Vanderslice, donor; (2) $100,000 price; (3) two years in the making in Rome, Italy;...

17. Saint Joseph Hospital Saint Joseph Hospital September/2/1915

18. Shrady's George Washington Statue Shrady's George Washington Statue 1934 Chapter in the book about the George Washington statue and its sculptor, Henry Merwin Shrady.

19. Swope Park, Thomas Swope Memorial Swope Park, Thomas Swope Memorial Postcard of the Col. Thomas H. Swope Memorial at Swope Park

20. The Clay County Courthouse The Clay County Courthouse July-August//1987 History of the Clay County Courthouse built in 1936 by architects Wight & Wight, with photo, and history of its predecessors, the first built in 1830.