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61. American Institute of Architects Guide to Kansas City Architecture & Public Art American Institute of Architects Guide to Kansas City Architecture & Public Art 2000 Book filled with photos, maps, and descriptions of numerous structures of architectural significance in Kansas City including buildings, residences, and public art works and including newer buildings up...

62. An Architect with Spirit An Architect with Spirit March 11, 2010 Obituary for local architect Frank Grimaldi (85). A graduate of Notre Dame's architecture school, Grimaldi moved to Kansas City in 1947 and joined Joseph B. Shaughnessy's firm. He was local president of...

63. An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City December/8/1964 Article about Ernest Brostrom, one of the Chicago School of architects led by Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Sullivan, with Kansas City designs including the Holsum Bakery at 814 Southwest Boulevard, Jensen...

64. An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City An Architect's Subtle Marks on the City December/8/1964 Biographical article about architect Ernest Olaf Brostrom, or Ernest Brostrom, moving to Kansas City from Sweden around the turn of the century in an unsuccessful attempt to procure studies under Chicago...

65. An Interesting Treatment of Exterior Materials An Interesting Treatment of Exterior Materials April 9,1922 Illustration and floor plan of "the new bungalow residence of A. J. Mehl, at the southeast corner of Huntington road and Brookside boulevard," designed by architect Clarence Shepard.

66. An Interview With Henry Infante An Interview With Henry Infante 198? Interviewer: Irene Ruiz. Date of interview unknown. 1 sound cassette (ca. 90 minutes): analog, stereo.; 5 7/8 x 2 1/2 in., 1/8 in. tape; 1 sound disc; digital; 4 3/4 in. Has printed guide to contents.

67. An Italian Residence to Be Built by J. B. McGilvray An Italian Residence to Be Built by J. B. McGilvray April 9, 2022 Illustration and caption about the "residence being started for J. B. McGilvray of the legal firm of McGilvray, Warren & Woodbury at the southwest corner of Summit street and [61st Street Terrace]," designed...

68. Andre's Swiss Pastry Shop Andre's Swiss Pastry Shop 1970 Frontal view, facing southwest, of Andre's Swiss Pastry Shop, located at 5018 Main Street. Urban Architects, Inc. was awarded for its imaginative store front designs and assistance in remodeling the parking...

69. Angus McCallum Elected A. I. A. Regional Director Angus McCallum Elected A. I. A. Regional Director November//1962 Photo and biographical article about Angus McCallum, "president of the Kansas City Chapter, A. I. A. in 1959 and 1960," "elected Director of the of the Central States Region during the annual regional...

70. Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Plains. .. //1858 (1950 in second edition) Description of the Coates Addition owned by Kersey Coates, and the Coates House hotel, designed by architect John Johnson, referred to on the local history index card as the Hotel Lindell, "[o]n the corner...

71. Annual Review of Greater Kansas City, 1908 Annual Review of Greater Kansas City, 1908 1908 Photo of the residence of architect A. B. Anderson in the "suburb" of Mount Washington south of Kansas City.

72. Anton Jandl Widely Known Anton Jandl Widely Known December/31/1931 Description of the decorative artist and architect of such homes as J. M. Kemper and W. Malcolm Lowry.

73. Arch Rivals Arch Rivals Fall 2011 Photo and article mentioning the architect Alice Gertrude Jackson who moved to Kansas City in 1910 and later designed and built dozens of homes around Kansas City.

74. Architect Delk Created Great Beauty in the KC Area Architect Delk Created Great Beauty in the KC Area Summer//1999 Article outlining Delk's contributions to Kansas City architecture.

75. Architect Firm Goes It Alone Architect Firm Goes It Alone February 10-16, 2012 The 39-year old architectural firm of Berger Devine Yaeger Inc. has changed names to Yaeger Architecture Inc. after buying out their partner Berger Group Holdings Inc. Article includes a photograph and...

76. Architect Made His Mark Architect Made His Mark January 5, 2011 Tribute to architect Cary Conrad Goodman, whose work included the Bartle Hall expansion, Kemper Arena, and the museums at 18th and Vine. Goodman also worked on restoring the Gem Theatre and Union Station....

77. Architect Opts for Right to Privacy Architect Opts for Right to Privacy November/25/1973 Specialty in hospital design as one of the first to use private room concepts in hospital construction for patient dignity.

78. Architect R. Bruce Patty Dies Following Illness Architect R. Bruce Patty Dies Following Illness December/18/1998 File containing an obituary for R. Bruce Patty, a Kansas City architect dying at the age of 63 in 1998. Co-designer of Kansas City International Airport, Bartle Hall Conference Center, and One Kansas City...

79. Architect Who Shaped KC's Landscape Dies Architect Who Shaped KC's Landscape Dies December 4, 2007 Ralph Myers, one of the most influential architects in Kansas City, died on December 3, 2007. Myers and his partner Clarence Kivett were responsible for designing the triple-terminal Kansas City International...

80. Architects Architects Photo and information on Charles Smith (1867-1948), architect of the Kansas City School District from 1898 to 1936. Native of Ohio coming to Kansas City in 1898 as a designer of several public schools...