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Urban Design Awards
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John Albury Bryan
Giles Carroll Mitchell
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Ray, Mrs Sam (Mildred...
Going Places: The "Springs" of Arkansas
Article about tourism in Eureka Springs and Hot Springs, Arkansas, with attractions such as restored historic architecture, bed-and-breakfasts, and artists in "silversmithing, quilting, cooking and craftmaking,...
Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral Expansion
View looking east of an addition to the Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, located at 415 W. 13th Street. This location, also home to the Center for the Episcopal Diocese of West Missouri, was designed...
Grace and Holy Trinity Episcopal Church
Located at 415 West 13th Street, built in 1894 with design by Frederick Hill, architect.
Grace Episcopal Church
Postcard of the Grace Episcopal Church at 13th and Washington Streets
Graffiti Gives Notice to Lykins House
Photos and article about the uncertain future of the Lykins House, built in 1857 at 12th and Washington Streets. Description of its condition of disrepair and efforts by the Historic Kansas City Foundation...
Grand Avenue Temple Profile
Grant Will Finance Harris Home Project
History of the home and its various owners, starting with the arrival of John Harris and Henrietta Harris and their children in 1832 from Kentucky by covered wagon.
Great K. C. Jazz to Be Revived
Information about projects to revitalize business in the formerly successful business and social district.
Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05
Photo of old Board of Trade Building at 8th and Central Avenues.
Grisafe Memorial Plaza
Grisafe Memorial Plaza, located at 1524 Paseo. The sculpture was sponsored by the Kansas City Junior Chamber of Commerce, and designed by Jac T. Brown, who received an award for meritorious symbolic sculpture....
Group Will Convert Buildings in River Market into Condos
January 12-18, 2007
Article about the purchase of buildings in the River Market area, including the Ebenezer Building at 309 Delaware Street, for conversion into "more than 100 apartments being marketed for sale as condominiums,"...
Guadalupe Center Collection Finding Aid
1925-1974 (bulk 1941-1965)
The Guadalupe Center, a Hispanic community center on the city's West Side, was founded by the Agnes Ward Amberg Club, a Catholic women's organization, in 1925. The collection includes four scrapbooks which...
Guadalupe Centers Expansion 2003
July 31 - August 6, 2003
Article describes the multimillion-dollar construction and renovation project of Guadalupe Centers Inc. which is nearing completion. The new building consolidates formerly scattered programs and evokes...
View looking southeast of the Gumbel Building, located at 8th and Walnut. Bob Gould, of Gould Evans Associates, received a design award for his work in the restoration of this building.
Located at 8th and Walnut streets, the Gumbel Building was designed by architect John W McKecknie in 1904. It was the first sizeable building of reinforced concrete in Kansas City.
H & R Block World Headquarters
October 7, 2008
Information concerning the building:
Developer: H & R Block Co., Kansas City
Architect: 360 Architecture, Kansas City
Construction: J. E. Dunn Co., Kansas City
Hannibal Bridge Profile
Hare, Sid J. and S. Herbert Hare
Information including illustrations on the architectural firm of Hare & Hare, made up of Sidney Hare (1860-1938) and his son S. Herbert Hare (1888-1960), begun in 1910 and continuing into the late 1900s...
History of the house including the story of its preservation by moving from Westport and Main Streets to 4000 Baltimore Avenue.
Harzfeld's Vogue Fashion Show to Benefit Historic Kansas City Revolving Fund
Description of the R. M. Spivey residence at 3605 Gillham Road, built in 1888 by E. H. Bouton and recently purchased by the Historic Kansas City Foundation for potential restoration of its Colonial Revival...
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