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Photograph showing staff and patients in waiting room of the Alfred Benjamin Dispensary, once located on the north side of Admiral Boulevard between Harrison Street and Troost Avenue.

Photograph of the Israel Transfer Company Building, once located on the east side of Grand Avenue (Grand Boulevard) between 22nd Street and 23rd Street.

Photograph of the Lindenwood Apartments at the northwest corner of 30th Street and Harrison Street. Also pictured is the Stratten Hall Apartments adjacent to the left.

Photograph of Lou Holland, Conrad Mann and other unidentified people at the Municipal Airport dedication.

Photograph of Anderson Photo Company employees posed at a "steak-fry" event at an unidentified location.

Photograph showing women in a sitting area in the interior of the Catherine Hale Home for Blind Women.

Photograph of the Altoona Apartments (later renamed the Concord Apartments), once located on the south side of 8th Street between Troost Avenue and Forest Avenue.

Photograph of the Naples and Venice Apartments, located on the west side of Central Street between Armour Boulevard and 36th Street.

Photograph of Eleanor Beach, daughter of Kansas City Mayor Albert I. Beach, and Henry McElroy, Jr., and other unidentified people on a raised platform for the christening of "The Kansas City", a Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT) Ford Tri-Motor airplane. TAT merged with Transcontinental and Western Air (TWA) the following year.

Photograph of the Karnopp Building, located at the southeast corner of 43rd Street and Main Street.

Photograph showing women preparing food in the kitchen of the Interdenominational Home for Girls, located on the west side of Swope Parkway just south of 63rd Street.

Photograph of the Avon Apartments, located on the east side of The Paseo between 30th Street and 31st Street. This vantage point faces east-northeast with Troost Park in the foreground and the apartment building in the background.

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