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1. The Horner Institute of Fine Arts The Horner Institute of Fine Arts May 15, 1915 Description of the Horner Institute of Fine Arts, with photo and description of its director, Earl Rosenberg, and photos and illustrations of the homes of M. B. Nelson, R. Bryson Jones, and Charles Baird....

2. Mrs. George Borgeson Mrs. George Borgeson February/20/1970 Photo and obituary for Lenore Anthony Borgeson, or Lenor Borgeson, wife of George Borgeson (no age, birth or death date given), a drama instructor and theater organizer at the former Horner Institute of...

3. Horner Institute Horner Institute 1928 Illustrations and ad for the Horner Institute-Kansas City Conservatory of Music at 3000 Troost Avenue "[w]here Madame Shumann-Heink is now teaching her first Master Class."

4. Horner Institute Horner Institute 1921-22 Folder contains a fold-out brochure with photographs and short descriptions of the speakers for the Horner Lyceum lecture program held during the fall and winter of 1921-22 in Kansas City, Missouri, at...

5. Horner Conservatory of Music Horner Conservatory of Music File contains two newspaper articles about the building, the Winter manson, being torn down.

6. George F. Winter Residence George F. Winter Residence circa 1900 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...

7. Dawson, William L. Dawson, William L. 2005 Short bio of Dawson with a transcription of a porition of an interview with Dawson about his time at the Horner Institute of Fine Arts (now the Conservatory of Music).

8. Conservatory of Music Conservatory of Music August 1, 1936 The Conservatory combined with the Horner School and Lyceum Bureau and moved to the quarters of the latter at 30th & Troost Avenue, then moved on August 1, 1936, to the former Armour residence on Armour...