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1. Bell Telephone Administration Building Bell Telephone Administration Building 1934 Chapter about the original Telephone Building owned by Southwestern Bell Telephone Company on the northwest corner of 11th and Oak Streets. It was completed in 1919. Fourteen floors were added and completed...

2. 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;...

3. SC166 Municipal Auditorium Collection SC166 Municipal Auditorium Collection 1934-1935 This collection contains 35 black and white 8 x 10 photographs from a photo album by the Harkins Commercial Photo Company in Kansas City. The images are of interior and exterior views of the Municipal...

4. 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.

5. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Chapter of the book about Union Station's design and architect Jarvis Hunt.

6. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Chapter about the boom in growth in Kansas City during the 1880s, describing the need for architects in general and discussion about specific architects, including Asa Beebe Cross, or Asa Cross (1826-1894),...

7. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Origins of the Kansas City Power & Light company itself as well as its building, erected by the Swenson Construction Company. General drawings under the direction of Mr. Meriwether. Mechanical drawing...

8. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Description of Henry Van Brunt, a prominent Kansas City architect starting in the late 1880s and in 1899 elected national president of the American Institute of Architects, "an honor for the first time...

9. 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...

10. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Biographical description of Edwin Morgan Price, or Edwin Price, "designer and chief draftsman for Mr. Hoit" of the architectural firm of Howe, Hoit & Cutler. Born in 1884 in Arkansas and coming to Kansas...

11. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Biographical description of Frank Howe, an architect joining the firm of Ware & Van Brunt in 1868 in Boston and becoming a partner after William Ware's departure, opening Van Brunt & Howe's office in Kansas...

12. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculture in Kansas City 1934 Description of the building designed by architects Wight & Wight.