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Hunt Club Breakfast

Photograph of a breakfast gathering of the Mission Valley Hunt Club in 1939. H. O. Peet stands at left, his daughter Margeurite in the middle, and O. J. Bitler stands at right. The three hold china teacups and stand in front of a stone fireplace mantle decorated with greenery. All are wearing riding habits.

House in Mission, Kansas

Photograph of a house at 5614 Newton Street in Mission, Kansas, circa 1940. The house, built by A. B. Dillie, features a sloped gabled roof, small dormer windows, and an arched entryway. The entry is flanked by larger evergreens.

House in Mission, Kansas

Photograph of a house at 5821 W. 61st Terrace in Mission, Kansas, circa 1941. The house has a one-car garage, screened porch, and gravel driveway, and was built in 1941.

House in Mission, Kansas

Photograph of a two-story house at 5704 W. 61st Terrace in Mission, Kansas, circa 1940. The house has a one-car garage, bay window, and screened porch, and was built in 1939.

Hotel Olathe

Photograph of the Hotel Olathe at 100 West Santa Fe Street in Olathe, Kansas, in the 1940s. A Holland Vending truck and two cars are parked in front of the hotel, and awnings cover the hotel windows. The building was formerly the Pearl Mills flour mill, and renovated into a hotel in 1889. It was purchased by the Urban Renewal Agency in 1968, and demolished for redevelopment at the site. 

Holy Trinity Catholic School

Photograph of Holy Trinity Catholic School in Lenexa, Kansas, circa 1917. The one-story stone building sits above an elevated basement, and cross stands atop an arched roofline. Two newly-planted trees stand in front of the building. The building was razed in the 1960s, and the site remained home to a larger Holy Trinity church and school campus. 

Hoge Funeral Home

Photograph of the Hoge Funeral Home building at 8024 Santa Fe Drive, in the 1930s. Originally built as a home for the Charles Pincomb family, the building became the site of Hoge Funeral Home in 1932. The business operated in this location until 1965 when the house was razed and a new funeral home building constructed to the south. The two story building is pictured with stucco siding and a Spanish tile roof, and the fender of a car is visible parked on Santa Fe Drive.

Hodges Brothers Lumber Yard Construction

Photograph of the construction of a two-story, wood-framed building at the Hodges Brothers Lumber Yard on the southwest corner of Kansas and Elm in Olathe, Kansas, prior to 1921. A man are pictured working on top of the building and a car is parked on an adjacent road. The Hodges Brothers business was founded in 1889 when George H. Hodges purchased the Charles Pettigrew Lumberyard, located on the same street.

Hodges Brothers Lumber Yard Construction

Photograph of the construction of a two-story, wood-framed building at the Hodges Brothers Lumber Yard on the southwest corner of Kansas and Elm in Olathe, Kansas, prior to 1921. Two men are pictured working on top of the building while one carries a ladder at ground level. A wagon is pictured on the unpaved road. The Hodges Brothers business was founded in 1889 when George H. Hodges purchased the Charles Pettigrew Lumberyard, located on the same street.

Hocker Line Trolley

Photograph of a trolley car taking a rail fork around a large building circa 1920. The line ispart of the Kansas City and Olathe Electric Trolley, also known as the Hocker Line. A handwritten note on the bottom of the image indicates the view is looking west from the Turkey Creek Bridge. Utility poles line the tracks, and a water tower stands on the roof of the building at left. A smaller roadroad building stands in the foreground.

Hocker Grove Plat Map

Plat map illustrating available lots for development in the Hocker Grove subdivision in Merriam, Kansas, circa 1915. The subdivision, between 55th Street on the north and Johnson Drive (then Main Street) on the south, was located west of Turkey Creek and developed by Richard W. Hocker. The map illustrates the route of the Kansas City, Lawrence & Topeka Electric Railroad running largely east to west through the development, roughly parallel to Hocker Avenue.

Hocker Grove Pamphlet

Copy of the cover of a pamphlet advertising the Hocker Grove subdivision in Merriam, Kansas, circa 1915. The subdivision was between roughly 55th Street and Johnson Drive, west of Turkey Creek. The subdivision was served by the Kansas City and Olathe Line, an interurban railway line. Both the subdivision and rail line were developed by Richard W. Hocker.