Postcard of spirea in bloom by a rustic bridge (likely over Brush Creek) in the Indian Hills neighborhood of Mission Hills, Kansas. The back of the postcard includes a letter J.C. Nichols Investment Company to Dr. Albert E. Jones of Kansas City. The letter reads: "Spring is lovely in Mission Hills and Indian Hills.
Photograph of William T. Kemper, Sr. standing in front of bouquet of flowers.
Soldiers returning from Europe at the end of World War I march down Grand Avenue (now Grand Boulevard) in Kansas City, Missouri, as people toss flowers into the street. From: Mrs. D. S. Catechis.
An autochrome photograph of the entrance to Roy E. Dickerson's home with an adjacent Paul's scarlet climber. Dickerson was director of the Order of DeMolay Grand Council.
An autochrome photograph of an unidentified woman standing under a banana tree on the property of T. T. Hurley, Operator, Kansas City Water Department.
An autochrome photograph of an unidentified woman standing amongst hibiscus flowers on the south shore of Lake Hiwassee.
An autochrome photograph of an unidentified woman standing next to roses growing on the upper terrace at Unity Farm (Unity Village).
An autochrome photograph of Hazel B. Healey standing next to her six foot tall "Radiance" roses. Her husband, Michael J. Healey, was vice-president and general manager of John Deere Plow Company.
A color glass plate positive photograph of morning glories growing on George H. Nettleton residence, taken from the west. Five women are pictured seated on the porch.
An autochrome photograph of lilacs by Brush Creek on the grounds of the Kansas City Country Club.
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 rose beds on the property of Robert L. Hawkins, Treasurer, Emery, Bird, Thayer Co. (dry goods).