An autochrome photograph of Unity Farm (Unity Village) looking northeast through the cloister's arches in the administrative building.
An autochrome photograph of the west building and rock garden on the grounds of the Shawnee Indian Mission. This vantage point faces north-northeast towards the south face of the building.
A color glass plate positive photograph of a crowd observing a golf tournament at the Hillcrest Country Club.
An autochrome photograph of a sculpture near the entrance to the residence of Martha D. Shields, taken looking south. Her deceased husband, Edwin W. Shields, was president of Simmonds-Shields-Theis Grain Company.
An autochrome photograph of "Else Paulson" roses blooming in September at the Nelson Gallery of Art (now known as the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art).
An autochrome photograph of Assumption Church (now known as St. Anthony's), taken looking northeast from the intersection of Benton Boulevard and Lexington Avenue.
An autochrome photograph of Don A. Davis's residence, taken from the northeast. Davis was president of Western Auto.
An autochrome photograph of Mack B. Nelson's house, taken from the northeast. Nelson was president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company.
A color glass plate positive photograph of people fishing at a casting and wading pool in Gillham Park at the southeast corner of 41st Street and Kenwood Avenue. This vantage point faces northwest with the intersection of Gillham Road and 41st Street in the left background.
An autochrome photograph of an unidentified woman standing amongst hibiscus flowers on the south shore of Lake Hiwassee.
A color glass plate positive photograph of the Nelson Galley of Art (now known as the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art), taken from the south.