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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 Profile City Hall Profile 1999

4. 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.

5. Family Friendly: Designers' Showhouse Has Been a Retreat For Many Generations Family Friendly: Designers' Showhouse Has Been a Retreat For Many Generations May 5, 2004 Article about the 2004 Designers' Showhouse XXXV at 1035 W. 57th Street built in 1916 by J. C. Nichols and Wight and Wight as architects. The first resident was George Bunting.

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. George E. Nicholson Residence George E. Nicholson Residence 2008 Description and history of the George E. Nicholson residence designed by Thomas and William Wight in Kansas City. Built in 1917-1918, the house is located in the Sunset Hill addition of the Country Club...

8. Jackson County Courthouse Profile Jackson County Courthouse Profile 1999

9. Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection Liberty Memorial Design Proposals Collection 1921 This one box, 15 folder collection contains 43 black and white photographs measuring 8" x 10" of various views of the entries that were submitted to the Liberty Memorial design contest. They are in the...

10. Memorial Honors World War I Hero Memorial Honors World War I Hero Winter//1993 Article about Major Murray Davis, a Kansas City lawyer killed in World War I, describing his life and the memorial dedicated in 1928 to him and his comrades, at 40th and Main Streets, and designed by Wight...

11. Missouri: Special Limited Supplement Missouri: Special Limited Supplement 1930 Photo and bio of Thomas Wight, "member of the American Institute of Architects and senior member of the firm of Wight and Wight, architects, Kansas City, Missouri." Born in Canada in 1874 and becoming...

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

13. SC87 Kansas City (Mo.) City Hall Building Files Finding Aid SC87 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...

14. Sharon and John Hoffman--Sharing Their Love of Art Sharon and John Hoffman--Sharing Their Love of Art Spring//1998 Photos and biographical article about Sharon Hoffman and her husband John Hoffman (John being the grandson of the founder of Katz Drugstores in Kansas City), collectors of "whimsical artwork" starting...

15. The Sisters of St. Joseph The Sisters of St. Joseph 1917 Book section describes the history of St. Joseph Hospital. Background information related to the Sisters of St. Joseph is provided. The author states that St. Joseph Hospital was first opened on October...

16. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Biographical description of Thomas Wight, older brother in the architectural firm of Wight & Wight, born in Canada in 1874 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1904 before designing the Nelson-Atkins Museum...

17. Under One Roof: Auto-Bus Station, Hotel, Office Building, Garage, Stores Under One Roof: Auto-Bus Station, Hotel, Office Building, Garage, Stores December 1930 Drawing plans and photos with description of multi-purpose architecture designed by Wight & Wight, including the Pickwick Hotel, an office building, a garage, commercial stores, and a bus station in one...

18. Wight and Wight Architects Wight and Wight Architects Illustrations and information on Thomas Wight (1874-1949), co-founder of the prominent Kansas City architectural firm of Wight & Wight (originally Wilder & Wight), with residence at 3363 Holmes Street....

19. William Allen White House William Allen White House Spring 2005 Photograph, description, and short history of the William Allen White House, ''Red Rocks,'' 927 Exchange Street, Emporia Kansas, remodeled by Kansas City architectural firm of Wight and Wight. White was...