Houses

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House of Sid J. Hare

A color glass plate positive photograph of two unidentified woman standing in front of Sid J. Hare's residence. Hare was a Kansas City landscape architect.

House of R. E. Parsons

An autochrome photograph of R. E. Parsons's residence, taken from the northeast with roses next the garage entrance. Parsons was head of the R.E. Parsons Electric Co.

House of R. Bryson Jones

An autochrome photograph of R. Bryson Jones's residence, taken from the northeast. Jones was an executive at R. B. Jones & Sons (insurance).

House of R. A. Long

An autochrome photograph of R. A. Long's residence, taken from the southwest. Long was co-founder of Long-Bell Lumber Company.

House of R. A. Long

An autochrome photograph of R. A. Long's residence, taken from the southeast. Long was co-founder of Long-Bell Lumber Company.

House of Paul Uhlmann

An autochrome photograph of Paul Uhlmann's residence, taken from the southeast. Uhlmann was President of Uhlmann Grain Company.

House of N. W. Dible

An autochrome photograph of N. W. Dible's residence, taken looking south-southeast on 56th Street between Ward Parkway and Grassmere Lane. Napoleon Dible built and sold thousands of homes south of the Plaza.

House of Mrs. Mary Z. Hibbard

An autochrome photograph of Mrs. Mary Z. Hibbard's residence, taken from the south.

House of Michael J. Healey

An autochrome photograph of Michael J. Healey's residence, taken from the south. Healey was vice-president and general manager of John Deere Plow Company.

House of May W. Larabee

An autochrome photograph of May W. Larabee's residence, taken from the north. Her deceased husband was Fredrick D. Larabee, President, Larabee Milling Company.

House of Maurice R. Smith

An autochrome photograph of Maurice R. Smith's house, taken from the northeast. Smith was an officer of the Kansas City Life Insurance Company.

House of Mark J. Morrin

An autochrome photograph of Mark J. Morrin's residence from the southeast with October roses. Morrin's residence was on Blue Ridge Boulevard near U.S. 50.