Houses

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House of Albert R. Jones

An autochrome photograph of Albert R. Jones's 165 foot long residence, taken from the northwest. Jones was a Kansas City lawyer.

House of Albert R. Jones

An autochrome photograph of Albert R. Jones's residence, taken from the west. Jones was a Kansas City lawyer.

House of Albert R. Jones

An autochrome photograph of Albert R. Jones's residence, taken from the southeast. Jones was a Kansas City lawyer.

House of Albert A. Taylor

An autochrome photograph of Albert A. Taylor's residence, taken from the northwest garden. Taylor was Chairman of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company.

House of A. L. Gustin

An autochrome photograph of A. L. Gustin's residence, taken from the west-southwest. Gustin was president of the Gustin-Bacon Manufacturing Company.

House of A. B. Eisenhower and Willow Lake

An autochrome photograph of A. B. Eisenhower's residence, taken looking southwest across Willow Lake. Eisenhower was vice-president of the Commerce Trust Company.

House of A. B. Eisenhower

An autochrome photograph of A. B. Eisenhower's residence, taken looking northeast at the intersection of Ensley Lane and Tomahawk Road. Eisenhower was vice-president of the Commerce Trust Company.

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.

House Construction, Kansas City, Kansas

Undated photograph of Mexican immigrants building a house in Kansas City, Kansas.

House and Yard of Clarence E. Shepard with First Flowers of Spring

An autochrome photograph of the first flowers of Spring, 1933 in the front yard of Clarence E. Shepard, architect.