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Union Station..I used to love going there with my grandparents. Grandma used to tell me stories about her daddy working there. Such memories...

Union Station..I used to love going there with my grandparents. Grandma used to tell me stories about her daddy working there. Such memories...

Fairyland Park, Kansas City, MO. My dad worked for the KCMO Gas Service Company and their company picnic was held here every summer...great memories!

Fairyland Park, Kansas City, MO. My dad worked for the KCMO Gas Service Company and their company picnic was held here every summer...great memories!

Looking Down 12th Street - view looking west down 12th Street from around Grand Ave.  Street is full of horse and buggies, one automobile, a streetcar and people strolling.  The Jones Store is visible farther down the street at 12th and Main. 1910

Looking Down 12th Street - view looking west down 12th Street from around Grand Ave. Street is full of horse and buggies, one automobile, a streetcar and people strolling. The Jones Store is visible farther down the street at 12th and Main. 1910

Tower Theatre, 213 East 12th, c1950

Tower Theatre, 213 East 12th, c1950

12th Street - Photograph of 12th Street, looking west from Grand Avenue. Regent Theater in view.    Date ca. 1961

12th Street - Photograph of 12th Street, looking west from Grand Avenue. Regent Theater in view. Date ca. 1961

1940 In front of Katz on Main St. Kansas City Missouri

1940 In front of Katz on Main St. Kansas City Missouri

The Kansas City Savings Association, organized in 1865 with a capital of $10,000, became a very successful bank that grew with the city. It opened in this building at Second and Main Streets, a long block from the riverfront. Today, we know the institution as the Bank of Commerce, a name it took in 1885.

The Kansas City Savings Association, organized in 1865 with a capital of $10,000, became a very successful bank that grew with the city. It opened in this building at Second and Main Streets, a long block from the riverfront. Today, we know the institution as the Bank of Commerce, a name it took in 1885.

215 E. 18th St.; Kansas City MO; May 18, 1952

215 E. 18th St.; Kansas City MO; May 18, 1952

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