Postcards

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Park Street, Olathe

Photograph of Park Street in downtown Olathe Kansas, looking east, circa 1930. The image shows two- and three-story stone and brick buildings, cars parked at curbs, and streetcar rails leading down Park Street. A sign on the building at the front right of the image reads "First National Bank." 

Palisades, Kersey Coates Drive, Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard showing the Palisades along Kersey Coates Drive in West Terrace Park, Kansas City, Missouri. This vantage point faces north-northeast towards the Palisades at 10th Street from Kersey Coates Drive (now Interstate 35). The back of the postcard includes a short letter to Mae Dougan of Bolckow, Missouri.

Palisades, Kersey Coates Drive, Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard showing the Palisades along Kersey Coates Drive in West Terrace Park, Kansas City, Missouri. This vantage point faces north-northeast towards the Palisades at 10th Street from Kersey Coates Drive (now Interstate 35). The back of the postcard includes a short letter to Verna Borgman of Levasy, Missouri.

Orpheum Theatre, Kansas City

Postcard showing Orpheum Theater on the west side of Baltimore Avenue between 12th and 13th Street in Kansas City, Missouri. The back of the postcard includes a caption about the theatre and a short letter to S. R. Wheat of St Joseph, Missouri.

Old Shawnee Mission, an historic landmark, near Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard of the Old Shawnee Mission in Fairway, Kansas. This vantage point faces northeast towards the rear of the southeast Shawnee Indian Mission building. The back of the postcard includes a short letter to Frank W. Merriam of Topeka, Kansas.

New Union Station, Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard showing Union Station at the northwest corner of Pershing Road and Main Street in Kansas City, Missouri. This vantage point faces northwest from just east of the intersection of Pershing and Main. The back of the postcard includes a short letter from Frances Hamilton to Mrs. Squire Johnson of Stotesbury, Missouri.

New Union Station, Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard showing Union Station at the northwest corner of Pershing Road and Main Street in Kansas City, Missouri. This vantage point faces northwest from just east of the intersection of Pershing and Main. The back of the postcard includes a short letter to Mrs. E. A. Deere of Waldron, Kansas.

New Union Station from Main St. Viaduct, Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard showing the Kansas City Union Station and its train sheds to the east of the main structure. This vantage point faces south-southwest towards Union Station from the Main Street Viaduct. The back of the postcard includes a short letter to Mrs. S. B. Buck of Anderson, Missouri.

New St. Luke's Hospital, Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard of the Saint Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. The vantage point faces west-northwest on the 4400 block of Mill Creek Parkway (now J C Nichols Parkway). Although the original building pictured still stands, it is now obstructed from view on J C Nichols Parkway by hospital extension to the east. The back of the postcard includes a short letter to Ernestine Gold-Smith of Clinton, Missouri.

New German Hospital, Kansas City, Mo.

Postcard of the New German (Research) Hospital, located at the southwest corner of 23rd Street and Holmes Street in Kansas City, Missouri. This vantage point faces southwest from just east of the intersection of 23rd Street and Holmes Street. The back of the postcard includes a short letter from Esther Carter to Bessie Hendrickson of Wichita, Kansas.

National Cloak & Suit Company

Postcard of the National Cloak & Suit Company, built in 1919 at the southeast corner of Hardesty Avenue and Independence Avenue.

Municipal Auditorium, Music Hall

Postcard of the Music Hall in Municipal Auditorium. The back of the card reads, "New home of the Kansas City Philharmonic orchestra, the Music Hall also is available for conventions, lectures, concerts, plays, musical shows, motion picture shows and all other gatherings which require the use of a theater of large proportions and complete equipment. H.F. McElroy, City Manager."