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101. C.F. Morse Residence C.F. Morse Residence Street level view of the Hyde Park neighborhood and the home of Charles F. Morse located at 36th and Warwick. The Samuel Jarvis residence is in view next to the Morse home.

102. Can 102-Year-Old Lenexa House Be Saved? Can 102-Year-Old Lenexa House Be Saved? May 11, 2011 Article and photo of a 2.5 story, limestone farmhouse built in 1908 and 1909 by the grandparents of Judy Miller, the current owner trying to discover a buyer who will not demolish it. The original farm...

103. Careers: Scare Master Careers: Scare Master October 1, 2006 Profile of Amber Arnett-Bequeaith, vice president of Full Moon Productions. The company owns and operates commercial haunted houses, including the nationally recognized Edge of Hell and The Beast.

104. Carriage House on Armour Boulevard Carriage House on Armour Boulevard Folder includes nomination form for the National Register for the carriage house at 218 East Armour Boulevard.

105. Castle Hahatonka Served as an Oasis from City Life Castle Hahatonka Served as an Oasis from City Life July 7, 2010 Postcard image and short article about Castle Hahatonka in the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. The "castle" was the dream of Robert McClure Snyder, a Kansas City businessman who built it as a vacation home...

106. Catalogue of the Western Sash & Door Company Catalogue of the Western Sash & Door Company 1903, ca. Catalog of the Western sash, door, and blinds company, later called the Huttig Mill Work Company, filled with photos, illustrations, and other information about entrances and entryways to buildings and...

107. Central Ice Service Company Plant Central Ice Service Company Plant ca1932 Distant frontal and side view of the Central Ice Service Company plant, a wholly owned subsidiary of City Ice Company of Kansas City; located in Omaha, Nebraska at 24th and Seward. Built in 1931.

108. Central Ice Service Company Plant Central Ice Service Company Plant ca1932 Interior view of engine room at the Central Ice Service Company plant; located at 24th and Seward in Omaha, Nebraska. A wholly owned subsidiary of City Ice Company of Kansas City.

109. Central Ice Service Company Plant Central Ice Service Company Plant ca1932 Interior view of engine room at the Central Ice Service Company plant; located at 24th and Seward in Omaha, Nebraska. A wholly owned subsidiary of City Ice Company of Kansas City.

110. Central Industrial District Houses Central Industrial District Houses 1934 Black and white detailed charcoal drawing of the West Bottoms with rooftops of poorer housing in view as well as a bridge in the background.

111. Central Industrial District, Kansas City, U.S.A. Central Industrial District, Kansas City, U.S.A. ca. 1936 Map of central industrial district area including Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers. Shows stockyards, railroad yards, railroad lines, freight...

112. Changed the Names: A Movement to Better Facilitate the Numbering of Houses Changed the Names: A Movement to Better Facilitate the Numbering of Houses October/21, 28/1893 Article printed in consecutive issues of the paper listing the new names for streets or parts of streets in Westport and the reasons for the new names.

113. Charles A. Braley Residence Charles A. Braley Residence 2008 Description and history of residence in Kansas City designed by Henry F. Hoit for Charles A. Braley, vice president of the Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corporation in Argentine, Kansas. Built in 1918-1919,...

114. Charlotte Street Building's Mystery Is Solved Charlotte Street Building's Mystery Is Solved March 22, 2008 The building at 1401 Charlotte is owned by LightCore, a fiber-optic network provider that provides communications, high-speed Internet, and entertainment services. No employees work in the building; it...

115. Cherry Street Colonnades Historic District Cherry Street Colonnades Historic District April 22, 2005 National Register nomination for colonnade apartment buildings at 2523, 2527, 2531, 2535, 2539, 2543, 2547, 2542, and 2544 Cherry Street, as well as information about these specific properties. Report...

116. City Council: Who Are These People? City Council: Who Are These People? January//1983 Photo and biographical description of Robert Hernandez, a 37-year-old Hispanic member of the City Council (in 1983) for the second district starting in 1975, previously "director of the Model Cities program...

117. City Cuts Housing Agency from Beacon Hill Contract City Cuts Housing Agency from Beacon Hill Contract February 12, 2005 Kansas City has terminated a contract with the Housing and Economic Development Financial Corporation to develop Beacon Hill. The cancellation came after the accounting firm of Grant Thornton revealed...

118. City Ice Company Employees and Trucks City Ice Company Employees and Trucks ca1932 Panoramic view of City Ice Company of Kansas City fleet of trucks with uniformed drivers at unidentified location.

119. City Ice Company. Swope Park Station City Ice Company. Swope Park Station ca1932 Full frontal and side view of City Ice Company of Kansas City refrigerated route supply station, Number 202, called the Swope Park Station; located at 67th and Myrtle.

120. City Ice Company, Plant No. 1 City Ice Company, Plant No. 1 ca1930 Full frontal and side view of City Ice Company of Kansas City, Plant Number 1; located at 21st and Campbell. Built in 1908 as steam plant, remodeled in 1927.