An autochrome photograph showing a pedestrian bridge over Brush Creek near the intersection of Central Street and Ward Parkway in the Country Club Plaza. This vantage point faces northeast with the penthouse atop the Ponce De Leon in the distance.
An autochrome photograph of Miss Nelda Jane in pose to dive into the swimming pool of Dan W. Moser. Moser was president of the Western Finance Company.
An autochrome photograph of Margaret J. Helmers by a cluster of Paul's scarlet roses around the entrance to her home. Her father, William C. Helmers, was an executive at the Helmers Manufacturing Company.
An autochrome photograph of a small child standing next to a statue of the Easter Bunny. This statue and accompanying eggs were part of the Country Club Plaza's Easter decorations.
An autochrome photograph of tulips growing in front of the Country Club Plaza Theater, taken from the east.
An autochrome photograph of the Colonnade, located in North Terrace Park (now Kessler Park) at the intersection of St. John Avenue and Gladstone Boulevard. This vantage point faces northwest from The Concourse between Gladstone Boulevard and Benton Boulevard, south of St. John Avenue.
An autochrome photograph of the entrance to Charles M. Howell's home while the tulips are in bloom. Howell was a Kansas City lawyer.
An autochrome photograph of tulips in the gardens at The Walnuts, taken looking west-northwest.
An autochrome photograph of M. B. Nelson's garage, taken from the north while the tulips were blossoming. Nelson was president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company.
An autochrome photograph of James A. Reed's residence, taken from the southeast. Reed was a lawyer, county prosecutor, and mayor of Kansas City.
An autochrome photograph of Miss Harriet O'Brien standing next to "I. D. Ver Warner" dahlia flowers. O'Brien was a Kansas City Christian Science Practitioner.
An autochrome photograph of Edward O. Faeth's residence, taken from the east. Faeth was president of the Stowe Hardware & Supply Company.