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An autochrome photograph of a fountain at Meyer Circle, located at the intersection of Ward Parkway and Meyer Boulevard. This vantage point faces northeast towards the home at 6335 Ward Parkway in the right background.

Date: 
September 17th 1934

An autochrome photograph of H. A. Fowler's residence, taken from the east. Fowler was president of the Fowler Commission Company.

Date: 
May 15th 1933

An autochrome photograph of Lawrence H. Fox's residence, taken from the north-northeast. Fox was a Kansas City investor.

Date: 
June 4th 1935

An autochrome photograph of Hunter L. Gary's residence, taken from the southeast. Gary was president of the Theodore Gary and Co. (investments).

Date: 
August 19th 1932

An autochrome photograph of topiary in the rear garden of Hunter L. Gary, President of the Theodore Gary and Co. (investments). This vantage point faces southeast towards the north side of Gary's home.

Date: 
September 8th 1932

An autochrome photograph of Hunter L. Gary's residence, taken from the southwest. Gary was president of the Theodore Gary and Co. (investments).

Date: 
August 18th 1932

An autochrome photograph of an unidentified woman sitting under a magnolia tree in the frontyard on the property of Charles A. Gish. This vantage point faces north with the home at 1406 East 28th Street in the left background. Gish was a salesman at the Midwest Wallpaper & Paint Company.

Date: 
March 26th 1934

An autochrome photograph of Sara Gee standing next to her rose bush. Her husband, Werter L. Gee, was president of the Atlas Mutual Insurance Company, Fidelity Underwriting Agency, Inc., and the Rankin - Benedict Company.

Date: 
June 4th 1937

An autochrome photograph of Eugene W. Goebel's residence, taken from the east. Goebel was a Kansas City oil producer.

Date: 
September 14th 1932

An autochrome photograph of Eugene W. Goebel's south terrace and house entrance. Goebel was a Kansas City oil producer.

Date: 
August 27th 1932

An autochrome photograph of Inez Moore Goetz standing next to her regal lilies. Her husband, Henry E. Goetz, was assistant secretary-treasurer of the Goetz Brewing Company.

Date: 
June 26th 1935

An autochrome photograph of Horace R. Graham's house called "Rockledge", taken from the north-northwest. Graham was president of the Graham-Lux Millinery Company.

Date: 
July 11th 1932

An autochrome photograph of Dr. Don Carlos Guffey's house, taken from the southeast. Guffey was a Kansas City physician.

Date: 
September 28th 1932

An autochrome photograph of A. L. Gustin's residence, taken from the west-southwest. Gustin was president of the Gustin-Bacon Manufacturing Company.

Date: 
May 30th 1933

An autochrome photograph of an unidentified woman standing next to a large cluster of morning glories on the property of D. Ambert Haley. This vantage point faces northwest in the backyard of the property. Haley was a musician, band leader and owner of the Anchor Hardware Store.

Date: 
October 11th 1934

An autochrome photograph of Herbert F. Hall's residence, taken from the southwest. Hall was president of the Hall-Baker Grain Company.

Date: 
August 2nd 1932

An autochrome photograph of Herbert F. Hall's residence, taken from the north on a cloudy day. Hall was president of the Hall-Baker Grain Company.

Date: 
September 9th 1932

An autochrome photograph of a large decorative Halloween pumpkin in the Country Club Plaza on Alameda Road at Central Street.

Date: 
October 30th 1932

An autochrome photograph of William M. Hand's residence, taken from the east at J. C. Nichols Company's old site. Hand was manager at the General Electric Company.

Date: 
June 6th 1933

An autochrome photograph of Sid J. Hare standing next to forsythia flowers on his property. Hare was a Kansas City landscape architect.

Date: 
April 15th 1934

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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.