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1. Wyethwood Estate Wyethwood Estate 2008 Description and history of the Huston Wyeth house built in St. Joseph during 1918-1922. Wyeth was president of Wyeth Hardware & Manufacturing Company. Includes architectural drawings for original first...

2. Wright Here in Kansas City: The Master's Touch Is Alive and Growing Wright Here in Kansas City: The Master's Touch Is Alive and Growing November/4/1979 Article about the influences of the architectural style of Frank Lloyd Wright on Kansas City area architects, including Eugene Buchanan, Robert Francis Major (or Robert Major), Carl Stenstrom, and Gene...

3. Wornall House Wornall House N.d. Street level view of the front of the John B. Wornall house located at Wornall Road and 61st Terrace in Kansas City, Missouri. The house was built in 1858.

4. 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.

5. Woodland Avenue Houses Woodland Avenue Houses 1890 View of three unidentified residences on Woodland Avenue.

6. Willis Wood Theater Profile Willis Wood Theater Profile 1999

7. Willis Castle Memorial Photograph Collection Finding Aid Willis Castle Memorial Photograph Collection Finding Aid ca1920-1950 (bulk 1940s-1950s) This collection contains 340 black and white, 8" x 10" photographs. Many of them were a part of the Department of Welfare, Kansas City, Missouri. The focus of this collection is on people and activities,...

8. William Whitehead Taylor William Whitehead Taylor Information on William Whitehead Taylor, or William Taylor, a building contractor emigrating to Kansas City from his native England in 1857. Involved in construction of the New York Life Building, the...

9. William Hyde Photograph Collection Finding Aid William Hyde Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1880-1900 (bulk 1886-1888) This collection of 67 photographs taken by William Hyde, a local 19th-century amateur photographer, covers a variety of different subjects. These include: group shots of people who were primarily workers...

10. William Bernard Residence William Bernard Residence n.d. Street level view identified on the back of the photograph as the William Bernard residence located around 40th and Pennsylvania in Kansas City, Missouri. There is also a notation on back, "located on...

11. Wilderness Kingdom--Indian Life in the Rocky Mountains, 1840-1847: The Journal & Paintings of Nicolas Wilderness Kingdom--Indian Life in the Rocky Mountains, 1840-1847: The Journal & Paintings of Nicolas Point, S. J. May 20, 1905 Illustrations (copies of his paintings) and descriptions of the Kansas City and Westport areas by Father Nicolas Point (1799-1868), pioneer Catholic (Jesuit) missionary of Kansas City. Depictions of the...

12. Whyte Brothers Grocery Whyte Brothers Grocery Postcard of the interior of the E. Whyte Grocery, Fruit & Wine Company

13. Whiteman Salutes Its B-2s Whiteman Salutes Its B-2s December 18, 2003 Whiteman Air Force Base, which houses "anywhere from 15 to 17" of the 21 B-2 stealth bombers, celebrated the 10th anniversary of the planes on December 17, 2003. Officially called the B-2 Spirit, the bomber...

14. Where We Ate in Eighties Recalled by Razing of Kansas City Landmarks Where We Ate in Eighties Recalled by Razing of Kansas City Landmarks May/23/1941 Reminiscences of "old timer" Joseph Meinrath and others of 1880s Kansas City, at the time a "young man's town," describing boarding houses, restaurants, hotels, real estate, and other early businesses...

15. Westvue Westvue 2008 Description and history of the Charles C. Peters house in Kansas City called Westvue "because it borders the Kansas state line to the west. But more than likely, the name referred to the view of the expansive...

16. Westside Residents Hold the Line on High-Rises Westside Residents Hold the Line on High-Rises December 22, 2005 - January 4, 2006 Westside residents have won a battle in their fight against gentrification of their neighborhood. Downzoning the area from R-4 to R-1-B would prevent further development of high-priced, high-rise condominiums...

17. Westport and the Santa Fe Trade Westport and the Santa Fe Trade 1906 Article (written by a well-known Westport trader starting in 1847 born in Virginia in 1823) about the relationship of Westport, Missouri to the Santa Fe trade in the 1800s. General discussion as well as...

18. Western Ice Service Company, Plant No. 125 Western Ice Service Company, Plant No. 125 ca1930 Full frontal and side view of Western Ice Service Company, Plant Number 125 - Penn Street; located at 42nd and Pennsylvania. Built in 1911.

19. Western Ice Service Company Plant Western Ice Service Company Plant ca1932 Full frontal and side view of Western Ice Service Company plant in unidentified location.

20. Western Ice Company, Plant No. 123 Western Ice Company, Plant No. 123 ca1930 Full frontal and side view of Western Ice Service Company, Plant No. 123; located at 12th and Iron in North Kansas City. Built in 1921, purchased in 1927.