Title: George F. Winter Residence
Description: Full frontal view of the mansion located at 3000 Troost. Designed by architect William S. Matthews for George F. Winter, it was completed in 1890. In 1899, William J. Smith purchased the home, and later in 1920, Charles F. Horner purchased the mansion for the Horner Institute of Fine Arts. It was razed in 1938.
Date: circa 1900
Photographer: Photographic and View Co.
Item Type: Photograph, b/w, 8 x 10 in.
Collection: General Collection (P1), Residences--Winter, George F., Number 1
Notes: On the reverse side is stamped in purple, "W. J. Smith's Res. #3000 Troost."
See Also: "Time Takes a Mansion," The Kansas City Star, January 23, 1938, page 10A.
Local Subject: Horner Institute of Fine Arts; Residences; Smith, William J.; Winter, George F.;
Digital Format: JPEG
Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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