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1. George F. Winter Residence George F. Winter Residence circa 1900 Full frontal view of the mansion located at 3000 Troost. Designed by architect William S. Matthews for George F. Winter, it was completed in 1890. In 1899, William J. Smith purchased the home, and later...

2. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Includes photo of the residence of George F. Winter, designed by architect William S. Matthews and completed in 1890, with no address given.

3. Residence of George F. Winter Residence of George F. Winter February 1899 Photo of the George Winter mansion.

4. SC44 Priests of Pallas Collection SC44 Priests of Pallas Collection 1887-2007 This collection contains items relating to the annual Priests of Pallas festival held in Kansas City during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The events were comparable to Mardi Gras in New Orleans...

5. The Book of Missourians The Book of Missourians 1906 Biographical sketch of George Winter, a realtor coming to Kansas City in 1879 from Michigan with offices in the New York Life Building.

6. Winter Family Home Sold Winter Family Home Sold February 21, 1899 Article about the sale of one of the best known homes in the city at 30th and Troost Avenues. Article only mentions the home and its buyer and seller. In 1925 or before, this home became the Horner Institute...