Troost Avenue

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Photographs

Photograph of the Forest Hill Mausoleum, located near the northeast corner of Troost Avenue and 69th Street. This vantage point faces west-northwest towards the building.

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Photographs

Photograph of the Castle Apartments, once located on the west side of Troost Avenue between 26th Street and 27th Street. This vantage point faces northwest near the northeast corner of 27th and Troost.

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Photographs

Photograph of the Elsmere Apartments, once located at the southeast corner of Troost Avenue and Linwood Boulevard

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Photographs

Photograph of the Hyde Apartments, once located at the southwest corner of Troost Avenue and 14th Street.

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Photographs

Photograph of bread delivery trucks parked outside of the Campbell Baking Company, located at the northeast corner of 30th Street and Troost Avenue.

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Photographs

Photograph with an exterior, street level view of Springfield Opportunity School, located at the southeast corner of 28th Street of Troost Avenue in the former home of Judge Shannon Douglas. This vantage point faces east on the west side of Troost Avenue just south of 28th Street.

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Photographs

Photograph of the Troost Avenue School, once located at the northwest corner of 60th Street and Troost Avenue. It was named after Dr. Benoist Troost, an early Kansas City physician. This building was no longer used as the Troost School after the 1922-1923 school year.

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Photographs

Photograph looking east along 12th Street at the intersection of Troost Avenue.

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Photographs

Photograph looking north on Troost Avenue from just south of 12th Street. Eisberg's Drugs is pictured to the right.

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Photographs

Photograph looking south along the east side of Troost Avenue from 12th Street. Lafayette Hotel is pictured to the left.

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Photographs

Photograph looking east along 12th Street from just west of Troost Avenue. Aurora Hotel (right) and Eisberg's Drugstore (left) is pictured.

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Maps

Map of the shootout between police and gangsters on the morning of August 12, 1933. The caption states, "A diagram of the scene of the Saturday morning gun battle in the vicinity of Amour boulevard and Forest avenue, showing the paths taken by the gangsters in their pursuit of Ferris J. Anton and the route taken by Sheriff Thomas B. Bash, who killed two of the gunmen, and captured a third man."

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