Indian Lane

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Postcard showing the Al la ma wum ke (Al la ma wun ke) Trail and Indian Lane in the Country Club District in Mission Hills, Kansas. This vantage point faces north-northwest on Indian Lane between Mission Drive and 63rd Street. Brush Creek is shown to the right.

The Indian Lane ford over Brush Creek in Mission Hills, Nichols children in the center, Harriet Smith on the left. This vantage point faces southwest towards the intersection of Indian Lane and 63rd Street, pictured left.

This picnic oven in Indian Hills was a favorite spot of Mr. Nichols, and the family often spent an evening here. Mr.

A view of four children on bicycles riding across the ford just west of the intersection of Indian Lane and Mission Drive. The rustic bridge (pictured right) leads down to the road from the club house, known then as the "The Lodge" and once located approximately at 5930 Mission Drive.

An autochrome photograph of Brush Creek before it feeds into Lake Hiwassee.

An autochrome photograph of the bridge over Lake Hiwassee to the lake's east island.

An autochrome photograph of W. Malcom Lowry's residence, taken from the north. Lowry was a Kansas City engineer at Henrici-Lowry Engineering Company.

A color glass plate positive photograph of two girls sitting under hawthorn (crataegus) trees in bloom by Brush Creek and Indian Lane.

An autochrome photograph of lilacs by Brush Creek on the grounds of the Kansas City Country Club.

An autochrome photograph of John E. Horn's gazebo with pom-pon zinnias growing by it. This vantage point faces north towards the entrance to Horn's residence. Horn was secretary-treasurer of the Paragon Royalty Corporation.

An autochrome photograph of Maurice R. Smith's house, taken from the south with tulips in the foreground. Smith was an officer of the Kansas City Life Insurance Company.

An autochrome photograph of Brush Creek before it feeds into Lake Hiwassee.

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