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An autochrome photograph of Dr. Richard L. Sutton's residence, taken from the southeast and looking towards the entrance. Sutton was a famous Kansas City dermatologist.

Date: 
August 15th 1932

An autochrome photograph of Albert A. Taylor's residence, taken from the northwest garden. Taylor was Chairman of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company.

Date: 
May 12th 1933

An autochrome photograph of H. B. Thompson's residence, taken from the northeast. Thompson was President & General Manager of American Sand Company.

An autochrome photograph of C. H. Tinsley's residence, taken from the northeast. Tinsley was a Kansas City insurance agent.

Date: 
June 23rd 1932

An autochrome photograph of Paul Uhlmann's residence, taken from the southeast. Uhlmann was President of Uhlmann Grain Company.

Date: 
June 17th 1932

An autochrome photograph of the terrace garden by the Unity Farm (Unity Village) Club House.

Date: 
July 6th 1935

An autochrome photograph of the Unity Farm (Unity Village) Club House, taken from the east.

Date: 
July 6th 1935

An autochrome photograph of the "Kitty Kat Kottage", a cottage at Unity Farm (Unity Village).

Date: 
July 16th 1935

An autochrome photograph of Courtlandt Van Brunt's residence, taken from the southeast. Courtlandt Van Brunt himself, son of Kansas city architect Henry Van Brunt, designed the home. Van Brunt, son of architect Henry Van Brundt, designed the residence on Drury Lane.

Date: 
September 13th 1932

An autochrome photograph of the front arches of Ernest C. Winters's residence, taken from the southeast. Winters was founder of the Winters Securities Company.

Date: 
June 24th 1933

An autochrome photograph of the front of E. C. Winters's residence, taken from the west. Winters was founder of the Winters Securities Company.

Date: 
June 24th 1933

An autochrome photograph of Edward H. Witte's residence, taken from the northwest. Witte was president of Witte Engine Works.

Date: 
June 1st 1933

An autochrome photograph of Fred Wolferman's residence, taken from the southeast. Wolferman was founder of Wolferman's Grocery Stores.

Date: 
1932

An autochrome photograph of Fred Wolferman's residence, taken from the northwest in his tulip garden. Wolferman was founder of Wolferman's Grocery Stores.

Date: 
May 9th 1933

An autochrome photograph of Fred Wolferman's driveway and the rear of his house. Wolferman was founder of Wolferman's Grocery Stores.

Date: 
September 8th 1932

A color glass plate positive photograph of George Cope's "Rainbow" Garden of peonies, iris, and poppies. This vantage point faces north with Oak Street on the right, Cope's residence in the center background, and the Nelson Gallery of Art (Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art) in the far right background. This property was situated on the west side of Oak Street, just north of Brush Creek before the waterway was diverted to its current location. Cope was co-owner of Cope & Sons, a carpentry company.

A color glass plate positive photograph of morning glories growing on George H. Nettleton residence, taken from the west. Five women are pictured seated on the porch.

Date: 
April 28th 1942

An early J. C. Nichols Company sign located on Brookside Boulevard by Countryside Park. In the background is the "Rock House" located at 5230 Brookside Boulevard. This vantage point faces west on Brookside Boulevard between 52nd Street and 53rd Street. The sign reads: "1000 Acres Restricted, Country Club District, Highly Developed and Protected Residence Property, water, light, gas, etc., attractive prices, J. C. Nichols, High Class Residence Property, 1213-14 Commerce Bldg.".

Date: 
1912

Entrance to 5110 Cherry Street, located in Southwood Park. The home belonged to Edwin W. Shields and construction was completed shortly after World War I. This vantage point faces west on Cherry Street between 51st Street and 52nd Street. This building is now part of the University of Missouri - Kansas City.

Home of Edwin W. Shields at 5110 Cherry Street, completed shortly after World War I. This vantage point faces south-southeast towards the main entrance of the home. This building is now part of the University of Missouri - Kansas City.

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KANSAS CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY | DIGITAL HISTORY
Civil War on the Western Border: The Missouri-Kansas Conflict,1855-1865.
The Pendergast Years, Kansas City in the Jazz Age & Great Depression.
KC History, Missouri Valley Special Collections at the Kansas City Public Library.