Vine Street

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Woody and Corrine Walder; Alberta and Bob Minor

Woody Walder, Corrine Walder, Alberta Minor, and Bob Minor at Joe Jacob's Place, 18th and Vine, no date. Source: Corrine Walder.

Winston and Addie Holmes

Portrait photograph of Winston and Addie Holmes taken by the Williams Photo Studio, 1808 Vine Street, Kansas City, Missouri. Winston Holmes was a Kansas City producer and promoter in the 1920's and owner of Meritt records.

Wendell Phillips School

Photograph of the original Wendell Phillips School, once located at the southeast corner of Vine Street and 24th Street Terrace.

Vine Street Streetcar

Photograph of people riding the Vine Street Streetcar in Kansas City, Missouri

Vine Street Baptist Church, Over the Top Club

Photograph of the members of the Over the Top Club, part of the congregation of the Vine Street Baptist Church. This photograph was taken by Williams Photo Studio, Kansas City, Missouri, sometime before 1931 when the church moved to 2501 The Paseo and was renamed Paseo Baptist Church.

Vine Street Baptist Church Choir

Photograph of the Vine Street Baptist Church Choir outside of the church building at 1825 Vine Street. This photograph was taken sometime before 1931 when the church moved to 2501 The Paseo and was renamed Paseo Baptist Church.

Troost Park Lake

An autochrome photograph of Troost Park Lake, taken looking north near the intersection of The Paseo and Troost Lake Drive.

The Rag Doll Club Dinner and Dance

Invitation from the Rag Doll Club to a dinner and dance at Elk's Rest on May 17, 1941.

The Frog Club, Inc. Annual Spring Party

Invitation from the Frog Club, Inc. to a casual spring party at Elk's Rest.

The American Beauty Art Club Hill-Billy Party

Invitation from the American Beauty Art Club to a hillbilly themed party at Elk's Rest on May 24, 1940.

Sky High "12" 3rd Annual Spring Dance Invitation

Invitation to the Sky-high "12" Club's 3rd Annual Spring Dance at Lincoln Hall.

Rythm Musketeers Ticket

Ticket for Friday night dancing to the Rythm Musketeers, a "Broadcasting Dance Band." It notes that "Clubs and Lodges [are] given half of Profits."