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161. Boller Brothers Boller Brothers Carl Boller and Robert Boller are listed in city directories as the Boller Brothers architectural firm: (1906-1924) Carl H. and Robert O., (1925-1957) Robert O. only, (1927-1928) Carl H. listed as a resident...

162. Booker T. Washington School Booker T. Washington School April 1952 Architectural drawing showing south and east elevation for Booker T. Washinton Elementary School. Architects: Gentry and Voskamp.

163. Boxing Day Boxing Day September 1960 Mention of "the papers of the late Herbert Hare," Kansas City architect, including "some early-day report cards."

164. Boxing Day Boxing Day September//1960 Mention of papers of local architect Herbert Hare being useful in a school house exhibit.

165. Briarcliff Adds Facets Briarcliff Adds Facets July 27, 2005 Illustrations and article about Briaricliff, 'long known for executive housing and suburban offices',' starting 'its first retail development.' Briarcliff began in 1989 and will now add a shopping and...

166. Bridge Carries Pedestrians To Kansas City's Beginnings Bridge Carries Pedestrians To Kansas City's Beginnings November/6/2002 Story on the recently completed Town of Kansas Bridge located near of the intersection of 2nd and Main Streets in the River Market area. The bridge is 635 feet long and reaches to a three-story overlook...

167. Bruce Goff Bruce Goff Information about Bruce Goff, an architect in Kansas City from 1964 to 1970 who was born in Alton, Kansas, in 1904, and started his architectural career in Oklahoma as a student of Frank Lloyd Wright....

168. Bruce Goff Tour Bruce Goff Tour May, 2005 Brief article publicizing an American Institute of Architects tour of Bruce Goff homes in the Kansas City area on May 14, 2005. The homes include a residence at 5020 W. 67th Street, the Nicol Residence...

169. Building a Career Building a Career May 2, 2011 Article spotlights BNIM architect Amy Slattery and her work on the new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Slattery also helped design the Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and is...

170. Building and Construction Building and Construction February 1, 2004 This month's "Industry Outlook" section is v. 4, Number 2 and deals with the 4th annual building and construction industry outlook. Includes articles pertaining to the topic as well as coverage of a January,...

171. Building and Construction Building and Construction March 1, 2005 This issue contains volume 5, no.3 of "Industry Outlook" and concentrates on building and construction in the area. Includes short construction related articles and details of the group's annual meeting...

172. Building for George Rushton Baking Company, Kansas City, Missouri Building for George Rushton Baking Company, Kansas City, Missouri January//1916 Photo of the building on Southwest Boulevard by Brostrom & Drotts, architects.

173. Building for Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories, Incorporated, Kansas City, Missouri Building for Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories, Incorporated, Kansas City, Missouri February//1924 Photos and text about the Jensen-Salsbery Laboratories building at 520 Pennway Street, designed by architects Brostrom & Drotts.

174. Building for the George Rushton Baking Company, Kansas City, Missouri Building for the George Rushton Baking Company, Kansas City, Missouri February//1924 Photos of the "building for the George Rushton Baking Company, Kansas City, Missouri, Brostrom and Drotts, architects."

175. Building of Old Union Depot Sparked Business Revival after Panic of 1873 Building of Old Union Depot Sparked Business Revival after Panic of 1873 November/16/1954 Article about the positive influences of the construction of Union Depot, spurring business interest in the area despite its "rowdy surroundings."

176. Building Stands the Test of Time and Redevelopment Building Stands the Test of Time and Redevelopment September 3, 2008 Postcard image and short article on the Kansas City Power and Light building, located at 14th Street and Walnut. Completed in 1931, the 31-story building was designed by local architects Hoit, Price and...

177. Building the Kraus House: Ruth and Russell Kraus and the Challenge of Frank Lloyd Wright Building the Kraus House: Ruth and Russell Kraus and the Challenge of Frank Lloyd Wright Fall//2001 Photos and biographical article about architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his design of the Kirkwood, Missouri (in Saint Louis County, Missouri) residence built by owner Russell Kraus and his wife in the...

178. Building the Sears-Roebuck Plant Building the Sears-Roebuck Plant June 30, 1925 According to this article, the Sears-Roebuck plant is the largest single construction job in the history of Kansas City as of 1925. It was designed by George C. Nimmons & Co., Architects and built by B-W...

179. Building with Care Building with Care August//1992 Photo and biographical article about Becky Cotton Zahner, or Becky Zahner, an 35-year-old architect and "head of the Kansas City office of Mackey Mitchell Associates; designer of a host of impressive structures...

180. Buildings in Nation's Spotlight Buildings in Nation's Spotlight January 9, 2008 The Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the Liberty Memorial have recently won national architectural awards. The American Institute of Architects has awarded their 2008 Institute Honor...