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Black ThenWheatley-Provident Hospital: First Medical Facility to Serve Black Community of Kansas City, Missouri - Black Then

Wheatley-Provident Hospital founded in First medical facility to treat African Americans in Kansas City, Mo.

Plaza Hotel - 1924. 13 East 24th  (Pershing).

Plaza Hotel - 1924. 13 East 24th (Pershing).

New City Hospital Kansas City Missouri

New City Hospital Kansas City Missouri

Benton School (D.A. Holmes School) - 3004 Benton

Benton School (D.

KANSAS CITY MISSOURI ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 1908 MO ANTIQUE VINTAGE POSTCARD | eBay

KANSAS CITY MISSOURI ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 1908 MO ANTIQUE VINTAGE POSTCARD | eBay

Harris-Kearney House -Full, front view of the Harris (Kearney) House, probably located at Westport Avenue and Main at the time of the photograph. House was moved to 40th and Baltimore in 1922. Identified as "Old Westport Views".  Date	ca1920

Harris-Kearney House -Full, front view of the Harris (Kearney) House, probably located at Westport Avenue and Main at the time of the photograph. House was moved to and Baltimore in Identified as "Old Westport Views".

Postcard of Swope Park swimming pool in #KC, circa 1950 (via @Kansas City Public Library). pic.twitter.com/bTXhGeSUou

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Swope Park, Swimming Pool - was built in 1941 with WPA funds. June 1951 six Negroes were denied the right to purchase tickets to the pool. The city's contention was the equal facilities for Negroes were provided at pools in Negro areas.

Graf Zeppelin over the Liberty Memorial - View of spectators watching the LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin pass over the north side of the Liberty Memorial on the morning of Aug. 28th, 1929. The airship was traveling from Los Angeles, CA to Lakehurst, NJ as part of a round-the-world flight. 	August 28, 1929

Graf Zeppelin over the Liberty Memorial - View of spectators watching the

Tuberculosis Hospital - Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital, patients were cared for in a tent colony on a hill just east of the building beginning in 1913. The hospital opened Christmas Day 1915 with 18 patients from the tent colony.  The building was razed in 1971

Tuberculosis Hospital - Exterior view of Kansas City Tuberculosis Hospital built by prisoners of the Municipal Farm in Leeds "under the supervision of the architect and necessary foremen." Prior to the completion of the hospital, patients were cared for in a tent colony on a hill just east of the building beginning in 1913. The hospital opened Christmas Day 1915 with 18 patients from the tent colony. The building was razed in 1971

Early view of Kansas City identified as 5th Street looking east from Wyandotte. Buildings built by Theodore Case. This would be very near where River Market Antiques is today...

Early view of Kansas City identified as Street looking east from Wyandotte. Buildings built by Theodore Case. This would be very near where River Market Antiques is today.

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