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Junction of Gladstone Boulevard & Cliff Drive Kansas City Missouri

Junction of Gladstone Boulevard & Cliff Drive Kansas City Missouri

1930 photo of Watts Mill at what is now 103rd and State Line Rd / was on Mo side. Kansas City, Mo.

1930 photo of Watts Mill at what is now and State Line Rd / was on Mo side.

Gladstone Drive Kansas City Missouri

Gladstone Drive Kansas City Missouri

Gladstone Boulevard Kansas City Missouri

Gladstone Boulevard Kansas City Missouri

Kansas City High School 1906 Missouri School and Class Photos

Kansas City High School 1906 Missouri School and Class Photos

Main Office, Southwestern Bell Telephone, Kansas City, MO, 1919, Original Plan. Henry F. Hoit.

Main Office, Southwestern Bell Telephone, Kansas City, MO, 1919, Original Plan. Henry F. Hoit

A Beautifully Detailed, Original Plan of the Main Office Building of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Kansas City, Missouri. Henry F. From the American Archite

Apartment construction in 1925 courtesy of Missouri Valley Special Collections. With all this new biz and opportunity, naturally, housing came along. Apartment construction around the Plaza area began in the 1920s. It was in one of these buildings – the Riviera Apartments – that the author Ernest Hemingway lived whilst working as a cub scout for the Kansas City Star.

Apartment construction in 1925 courtesy of Missouri Valley Special Collections

This postcard, mailed to Kansas resident Arthur Nohden, features a scene from Cliff Drive. Completed in the early 1900s, Cliff Drive offered a place for Kansas City residents to enjoy the natural landscape from the comfort of their buggies. Cars were originally forbidden to avoid frightening the horses, and even today can only travel on the boulevard on weekdays.  Missouri Valley Special Collections kchistory.org/u?/Mrs,788  Title: Cliff Drive  Description: Postcard of Cliff Drive  ...

This postcard, mailed to Kansas resident Arthur Nohden, features a scene from Cliff Drive. Completed in the early 1900s, Cliff Drive offered a place for Kansas City residents to enjoy the natural landscape from the comfort of their buggies. Cars were originally forbidden to avoid frightening the horses, and even today can only travel on the boulevard on weekdays. Missouri Valley Special Collections kchistory.org/u?/Mrs,788 Title: Cliff Drive Description: Postcard of Cliff Drive ...

Gladstone Boulevard showing R. A. Long Residence Kansas City Missouri

Kansas City MO Gladstone Boulevard showing R.

Gladstone Boulevard Kansas City Missouri

Gladstone Boulevard Kansas City Missouri

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