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An autochrome photograph of forsythia on the property of John G. Madden, lawyer.

An autochrome photograph of May W. Larabee's garage with a flower box on the roof, taken from the northwest. Her deceased husband was Fredrick D. Larabee, President, Larabee Milling Company.

An autochrome photograph of Margaret Ryan standing next to climbing roses at Romanelli Court (intersection of Wornall Road, 69th Street, and Edgevale Road). This vantage point faces north-northwest with the house at 424 West 69th Street in the center background.

An autochrome photograph of "Paul's Scarlet" climbing roses covering the outside of the maid's room on the property of George J. Miller, lawyer and proprietor of George J. Miller & Company.

An autochrome photograph of tulips and fence in the rear yard of Charles B. Sefranka, Secretary of the Hall Brothers. This vantage point faces southeast with the house at 444 West 67th Street in the center background.

An autochrome photograph of May W. Larabee's garden and pool, taken from the southeast. Her deceased husband was Fredrick D. Larabee, President, Larabee Milling Company.

An autochrome photograph of a women standing near a statue in the Romanelli Gardens subdivision near the intersection of 68th Street Terrace and Ward Parkway. This vantage point faces east-southeast with the house at 1020 West 69th Street.

An autochrome photograph of a woman and child looking at an eagle statue on Ward Parkway at 67th Street, taken looking east-northeast.

An autochrome photograph of a Japanese maple tree in the afternoon in the front yard of Neil G. Lilley, Chairman, Kansas City Structural Steel Company.

An autochrome photograph of Miss Susan Stewart's pink "American Beauty" roses on her garage, taken from the north.

An autochrome photograph of Mr. C. R. Hunt standing by "Paul's Scarlet" climbing roses on the property of George J. Miller, lawyer and proprietor of George J. Miller & Company. This vantage point faces north-northwest with the home at 631 West 69th Street in the left background.

An autochrome photograph of Lee E. Clark's daughters, Julia and Janet, playing with tulips on their property. This photograph was taken from the north, looking south. Clark was manager of Kansas City Laboratory Supply Company.

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