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21. Huron Cemetery Huron Cemetery n.d. View of tombstones in Huron Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas. Identified as “Huron Cemeteryâ€.

22. Huron Cemetery Huron Cemetery n.d. View of “Barnes†tombstone in Huron Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas. Identified as “Huron Cemeteryâ€.

23. Huron Cemetery Huron Cemetery n.d. View of tombstones in Huron Cemetery, Kansas City, Kansas. Identified on back of original photo as “ Views from Huron Cemetery, not very goodâ€.

24. Huron Cemetery Huron Cemetery n.d. View of “George I. Clark†tombstone in Huron Cemetery in Kansas City, Kansas. Clark is identified as “ Head Chief of the Wyandotte Nation, Born June 10, 1802, Died Jan. 25, 1858â€. Identified...

25. Quindaro Ruins Quindaro Ruins n.d. View of Quindaro ruins located in Kansas City, Kansas. Missouri River is visible in the background. Identified on photo as “Quindaro Ruinsâ€. Town of Quindaro was built in 1857.

26. Quindaro Ruins Quindaro Ruins n.d. View of a stone wall remnant, Quindaro ruins, Wyandotte County, Kansas. Identified with photo as “Quindaro Ruinsâ€.

27. Quindaro Ruins Quindaro Ruins n.d. View of stone wall remnant, Quindaro ruins, Kansas City, Kansas. Identified on photo as “Quindaro Ruinsâ€.

28. Quindaro Ruins Quindaro Ruins n.d. View of remaining stone wall, Quindaro ruins, Kansas City, Kansas. Identified on photo as â€Quindaro Ruinsâ€.

29. Quindaro Ruins Quindaro Ruins n.d. View of Quindaro ruins, Kansas City, Kansas, showing portions of remaining stone wall. Identified on photo as “Quindaro Ruinsâ€.

30. Santa Fe Trail Marker Santa Fe Trail Marker n.d. Santa Fe Trail marker in Penn Valley Park, full close up view. Identified with photo as “ Santa Fe Trail Markers- in Penn Valley Parkâ€.

31. Santa Fe Trail Marker Santa Fe Trail Marker n.d. Santa Fe Trail marker located on Blue Ridge Drive, full view with what appears to be the Rice-Tremonti House in background partially showing. Marker placed by the DAR and the state of Missouri, 1909. Identified...

32. Aunt Sophie's Cabin/Kitchen Aunt Sophie's Cabin/Kitchen n.d. Full view of log cabin still standing referred to as Aunt Sophie’s kitchen in the scrapbook. Located by the home of Archibald Rice which is referred to as the Rice-Tremonti home. Located in Raytown,...

33. Aunt Sophie's Cabin Aunt Sophie's Cabin n.d. Similar view of Aunt Sophie's Cabin as #38 in this collection, different angle. Located on Rice-Tremonti Home location in Raytown, Missouri.

34. Aunt Sophie's Cabin Aunt Sophie's Cabin n.d. Interior view of Aunt Sophie’s kitchen (cabin) showing the fireplace. Located at Rice-Tremonti Home in Raytown, Missouri.

35. Catholic Church in East Bottoms Catholic Church in East Bottoms n.d. View of the front of a church with two women and a child about to enter. Identified in the scrapbook as "a Catholic Church still standing, East Bottoms" (first Saint Francis Seraph?).

36. Catholic Church Catholic Church n.d. Full view of stone church with small steeple. Identified in scrapbook as "Catholic Church, 11th and Cherry, razed three years ago".

37. First Presbyterian Church in Westport First Presbyterian Church in Westport n.d. Full, front, street side view of the First Presbyterian Church located at 40th and Penn in the Westport area. Identified in scrapbook as “First Protestant Church†.

38. First Presbyterian Church First Presbyterian Church n.d. Side view of First Presbyterian Church in Westport at 40th and Penn, showing ivy growing on building. Identified in scrapbook as "First Protestant Church".

39. Willard E. Winner Willard E. Winner n.d. Seated, portrait view of Willard E. Winner, promoter and builder of early electric street railways in the area.

40. Pacific House Pacific House n.d. Corner and street view of the Pacific House hotel building located at 4th and Delaware. Identified in scrapbook as “Palatial Pacific Houseâ€.