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This Week in Kansas City ~ May 12 -18, 1918

VOL. 10

MAY 12 TO MAY 18, 1918

NO. 19

VISITING KANSAS CITY

      
Thousands of People Passing Through Union Station as they Visit Kansas City

     Take a motor trip over the boulevard system, going over Cliff Drive, passing through Penn Valley Park and Swope Park and visit the Swope Park Zoo; see Kansas City from the top of the R. A. Long Building or Commerce Building; visit the Western Gallery of Art in the Public Library Building; visit the stock yards and packing houses; go through the big stores; see the Y. M. C. A. Building; inspect the Armour-Swift  Burlington Bridge as a remarkable piece of engineering.  Buildings to be noted particularly as interesting specimens of architecture, in addition to the skyscrapers, are the new Union Station, Convention Hall, the Jewish Temple on Linwood Boulevard, the Second Christian Science Church, Thirty-first Street and Troost Avenue; the Independence Boulevard Christian and Methodist churches, the First Congregational Church at Admiral Boulevard and Highland Avenue, Grace Episcopal Church, 415 West Thirteenth Street; the First National Bank, the New England National Bank, the office of The Star, the residence of R. L. Long, W. R. Nelson, the residence districts worth seeing are Roanoke, Hyde Park, Rockhill, Country Club and Sunset hill and Northeast.

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