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Serving in the U.S. Army in the early 1950s, Don always made time to see Adele Coryell during his visits home.
Ears 1950S, Early 1950S, Adele Coryel
The Plaza, 1938. This view is looking northwest from the building that now houses Tiffany (just west of Halls Plaza). The parking lot is now Starbucks, MAC, Topsy's, Classic Cup, several other stores and a parking garage. (MAC would be bottom left of the photo; Starbucks in the bottom right) #KC #KansasCity
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The Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, Missouri in 1938
Old Photos: Even More of 1938 Kansas City
The Kansas City Plaza, 1938. This view is looking northwest from the building that now houses Tiffany (just west of Halls Plaza). The parking lot is now Starbucks, MAC, Topsy's, Classic Cup, several other stores and a parking garage. (MAC would be bottom left of the photo; Starbucks in the bottom right) #KC #KansasCity
City Market -- 1938
1938 Kansas City: Union Station
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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 in Kansas City, Missouri in 1938
Photo from 1938 Kansas City The clock, inside of Union Station, was known as the place to meet loved ones when they got off of the train. Upon reuniting, many couples shared a kiss beneath this clock....T and I went to huge New Years Eve Party here on 12/31/1999 with several thousand of our closest friends. :)
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Petticoat Lane, Kansas City, Missouri. Where Halls got its start.
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Petticoat Lane Kansas City Missouri - so called because the wind whipped up dresses, exposing petticoats, I was told <- interesting :)
Downtown Kansas City Missouri Petticoat Lane in the day
Petticoat Lane - Kansas City, MO
1977 Plaza Flood. Halls in the background. Taken from the vantage point of present-day Starbucks. Image from stevekellerphoto....
1977 Plaza Flood. Halls in the background. I worked at Starker's Restaurant around the corner to the left.
KC Garment District Museum...By 1949, 86 factories manufactured garments in KC...1 in 7 American women wore clothing made here...
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Kansas City TWA Travel Poster
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Vintage TWA Posters by David Klein. Kansas City!
1950s-60's Airline Poster for Kansas City, Missouri
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Retro Kansas City poster by David Klein.
Vintage TWA Posters
A streetcar in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
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Michael Kors, 1981. How cute!
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Plaza, date unknown. The service station in the foreground is in approximately the location of the current Cheesecake Factory patio.
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Christmas lights on the Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, Missouri. White Rose station in the foreground. circa 1935.
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1932 Plaza Art Fair (just about 32 years before Halls made its debut on the Plaza. Our location was a parking lot, in the upper right of the photo.)