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201. Building Carnival Floats Building Carnival Floats October 1899 W. H. Jennens, located at 1616 Grand Avenue, is the only carnival float workshop in Kansas City, aside from the Priests of Pallace' den. During most of the year the factory is in the "business of manufactruing...

202. Building II's Residences Are Ready For Sale Building II's Residences Are Ready For Sale October 26, 2003 Article/advertisement about opening of the second of three loft conversions, Western Auto Lofts II at 2029 Grand Boulevard.

203. Building near Southwest Trafficway Building near Southwest Trafficway n.d. View of structure near Southwest Trafficway in the area of Westport Road.

204. Building Permititis Building Permititis April//1968 Article (written by the director of the Kansas City public works) about the "new single permit form" issued by the city government of Kansas City to simplify paper work for new "single-family residences...

205. Buildings and Bridge Buildings and Bridge n.d. Unidentified buildings and bridge in the Pershing Road area, exact location unknown.

206. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting & Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting & Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Contains a photo of the "residence of J. D. Riddell, no. 2619 Forest Avenue," designed by Charles Smith.

207. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photo of the bishop's house at 3020 Harrison Street, built by architect Charles Smith and contractor Hucke & Sexton.

208. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Includes photos of the exterior and interior of the "residence of H. L. Root, no. 2905 Independence Avenue," designed by Charles Smith.

209. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Includes photo of the "residence of Elmer Williams, no. 3401 Harrison Street," designed by Charles Smith.

210. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Incudes photo of the "residence of Charles A. Smith, 810 Benton Boulevard," designed by Charles Smith.

211. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Includes photo of the "residence of A. C. Swayze, no. 3747 Euclid Avenue," designed by Charles Smith.

212. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photos of the exterior and interior of the Halliwell home at 3000 Harrison Street, designed by Charles Smith.

213. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photos of the interior of the J. J. Heim, or Joseph Heim home at 300 Walrond Avenue, designed by Charles Smith.

214. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photo of the "residences of M. G. and Ferdinand Heim, 324 and 340 Walrond Avenue," designed by Charles Smith.

215. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photos of the exterior and interior of the "residence of Harry B. Duke, no. 2930 Forest Avenue."

216. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photos of the exterior and interior of the "residence of Daniel Hughes, 2809 Forest Avenue."

217. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photo of the "residence of J. C. Hill, no. 3001 Forest Avenue."

218. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photo of the "residence of J. C. MacGregor, no. 2629 Forest Avenue."

219. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photo of the "residence of F. K. Coleman, N. W. corner Tenth Street and Park Avenue," at 928 Park Avenue.

220. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. Buildings by Hucke & Sexton Contracting and Building Company, Kansas City, Missouri, U. S. A. 1902 Photo of the "Flat Building" apartments at the southeast corner of 11th and Olive Streets, home to Mrs. Susie Callaway.