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1. Adriance Van Brunt Adriance Van Brunt File contains portraits and information on Adriance Van Brunt (1836-1913), a Kansas City architect and namesake of Van Brunt Boulevard. Native of New Jersey and brother of John Van Brunt (no relation to...

2. Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri April 1964 Aerial photograph of one square mile of Kansas City, Missouri showing Interstate 70 and Highway 40 in the Van Brunt Boulevard area. Veterans Hospital is visible. Map identified from set as Section 14,...

3. Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri Aerial View of Kansas City, Missouri April 1964 Aerial photograph of one square mile of Kansas City, Missouri showing Independence Avenue, Van Brunt Boulevard, and Kensington School. Map identified from set as Section 2, Township 49N, Range 33W, S-34....

4. Aerial View of Van Brunt Blvd Aerial View of Van Brunt Blvd circa 1920s-1930s Aerial view looking north along Van Brunt Boulevard; shows Northeast High School, located at 415 Van Brunt and Budd Park.

5. American Legion Fountain American Legion Fountain Postcard of the American Legion Fountain

6. Biography of Adriance Van Brunt(1836-1913), Architect Biography of Adriance Van Brunt(1836-1913), Architect 1999

7. Budd Park Esplanade Budd Park Esplanade 1995 Description with photos and history of Budd Park Esplanade, part of the park and boulevard system, from Van Brunt Boulevard to Hardesty Avenue, 0.37 miles long, acquired in 1913-1915.

8. Charles Smith, Kansas City Architect Charles Smith, Kansas City Architect June 11, 1905 Biographical sketch of Charles Ashley Smith, or Charles Smith (1866-1948), a prominent Kansas City architect. Native of Ohio coming to Kansas City, Missouri, in 1887 as a draftsman for architect William...

9. City Mourns Loss of Elmwood Cemetery Deer City Mourns Loss of Elmwood Cemetery Deer August 6, 2013 Article on Ella, a deer who made her home at Elmwood Cemetery at Truman Road and Van Brunt Boulevard. Born in the cemetery in 2011, Ella became a common site to volunteers, visitors, and mourners. She...

10. Cliff Drive, Spring Cliff Drive, Spring Postcard of The Spring on Cliff Drive

11. Did You Know? Horses and Parks Did You Know? Horses and Parks April/4/2001 Article about many of the changes in the Northeast residential district since the beginning of the park and boulevard system. Description of some of the riders of (and places designed partly for horses...

12. Early Kansas City Architects: Adriance and John Van Brunt Early Kansas City Architects: Adriance and John Van Brunt April-May//1979 Photos and biographical article about Adriance Van Brunt (1836-1913) and John Van Brunt (1855-1924), brothers and architects not related to fellow Kansas City architects Henry Van Brunt and Courtlandt...

13. East High School East High School 1950 Students exiting the building during fire drill; located at 1924 Van Brunt Boulevard.

14. Fountain Stands the Test of Time Fountain Stands the Test of Time March 28, 2012 Postcard image and short article about the American Legion Memorial Fountain. Originally located at Ninth and Main streets, the drinking fountain was designed by Kansas City sculptor Robert Merril Gage...

15. History in Personal Stories History in Personal Stories March 2, 2005 Article features Elmwood Cemetery and some of the famous people buried there. Richard Stewart has been researching the people and famlies of some who are buried there. The cemetery sits on 50 acres and...

16. How Sweet the Sound How Sweet the Sound April//1998 Photos and biographical article about Marvin Jackson, "founder of Kansas City's only black-owned record label," Pearl Records. Description of his life and career. He was born in Tennessee and raised in...

17. KC Park Board to Study Service KC Park Board to Study Service August 4, 2008 Members of the city's Park Board plan to take a closer look at the city's 10 community centers. The main concern is that the centers are well maintained and that they meet the needs of the community. About...

18. Linwood Boulevard Linwood Boulevard 1995 Description with photos and history of Linwood Boulevard, part of the park and boulevard system, from Broadway to Van Brunt Boulevard, 3.43 miles long, acquired in 1899-1925.

19. Minister, Jones, Albert M. Minister, Jones, Albert M. ca1925 Portrait of Albert M. Jones, pastor of the Van Brunt Boulevard Christian Church.

20. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928