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1. Young Men's Hebrew Association Young Men's Hebrew Association October 1925 Plans and photos of the YMHA Building at Wayne and Linwood Boulevards, designed by Greenebaum, Hardy & Schumacher, architects.

2. Young Men's Christian Association Young Men's Christian Association Photos, illustrations, and information on the Young Men's Christian Association, or Y. M. C. A. in Kansas City, established here in 1860 (by Reverend W. M. Leftwich, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church...

3. Yoga Gallery Yoga Gallery 1999 Yoga Gallery at 2010 Baltimore (Crossroads District).

4. YMCA Unveils New Look Greater Kansas City YMCA Unveils New Look Greater Kansas City March 1966 Drawings for all Greater Kansas City YMCAs with addresses and facilities descriptions.

5. YMCA Building on Paseo YMCA Building on Paseo Photos and information on the Young Men's Christian Association building at 1814 Paseo Boulevard (in the 18th & Vine District), built in 1914 through fund-raising efforts by Chicago philanthropist Julius...

6. YMCA Building YMCA Building Postcard of the YMCA Building

7. Year End Review Year End Review January/8/1961 Review of major events of 1960 in the city, with several articles and photos about Downtown, new bank buildings, urban renewal and urban planning projects, including shopping centers, new sewer systems,...

8. Wyandotte Indians Moved Into Kansas More Than A Century Ago Wyandotte Indians Moved Into Kansas More Than A Century Ago Spring 2003 Reprint from The Kansas City Star, September 8, 1956. Tells how the Wyandotte tribe came into possession of the area and the buildings built by them, including the council house that opened the first free...

9. Wyandotte County Courthouse Wyandotte County Courthouse 1890 Front and partial view of Wyandotte County Courthouse with passing streetcar.

10. Wyandotte County Courthouse Wyandotte County Courthouse 1900 Distant frontal and side view of Wyandotte County Courthouse; located on northwest corner 7th and Minnesota.

11. Wyandotte County Courthouse Wyandotte County Courthouse 1900 Full frontal and side view of Wyandotte County Courthouse; located on northwest corner of 7th and Minnesota.

12. Wyandotte County Courthouse Wyandotte County Courthouse 1950 Full frontal and side view of Wyandotte County courthouse; located on northeast corner of 7th and Barnett.

13. Wyandott Building Wyandott Building 2008 Profile of the historic Wyandott Building in Kansas City, Kansas. Located on the northeast corner of Fifth Street and Minnesota Avenue, the four-story building was designed by architectural firm Hogg and...

14. Wright's New Map and Guide for Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City and Wyandotte, Kans. Wright's New Map and Guide for Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City and Wyandotte, Kans. //1882 Illustration of the post office and custom house at 9th and Walnut Streets.

15. Wright & Wrong Wright & Wrong April/13/1992 File containing an article with photos, map, and biographical description of Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959), "the father of the Prairie School of Design" and architect of three buildings in Kansas City...

16. Wounded Knee, View of Army Camp Wounded Knee, View of Army Camp ca. 1890-1891 Distant view of an army camp. Groups of soldiers can be seen standing in formation and a church and other buildings are in view in the distance.

17. Wounded Knee, Soldier Camp Wounded Knee, Soldier Camp ca1890-1891 A group of soldiers relaxing in camp. Several tents and buildings can be in see in the background.

18. World's Designs Come to the Nelson-Atkins World's Designs Come to the Nelson-Atkins March 20, 2012 A major new exhibit, "Inventing the Modern World: Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs," opens April 14, 2012. The exhibit "will occupy more square footage than any previous show in the Bloch Building...."...

19. Working and Middle-Class Apartment Buildings in Kansas City, Missouri Working and Middle-Class Apartment Buildings in Kansas City, Missouri National Register nomination for apartment buildings describes the different styles of Kansas City apartment buildings and their social and architectural significance.

20. Work on KC Ballet Center Begins Work on KC Ballet Center Begins September 18, 2009 In 1996, the Kansas City Ballet decided on the old Union Station Power House for their new home. The renovation of the Power House, which was designed by the architect Jarvis Hunt in 1913, will take about...