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    Tiffany's Attic Dinner Theatre in Kansas City, Mo

  • Sharon Hallett

    The New Theatre Restaurant in Kansas City, MO. Lesa and I have enjoyed many great shows and meals here. The best dinner theatre experience anywhere!! Nice photo of the inside of the theatre! Thanks @Doug Krugman Weaver

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22 Jul 1933, Kansas City, Missouri, USA --- Kansas City: Heap Big Injun Chief. This fifteen feet tall, ten feet wide likeness of an Indian Chief attracts passing motorists on U. S. Highway number 40 at Kansas City, Missouri, to the refreshment sold within. --- Image by Bettmann/CORBIS

August Meyer - father of our parks and boulevard system. He was born in St. Louis and came to KC 30 years later. Having reaped a fortune from the mines of Leadville, Colo, in 1881 he opened an Argentine smelting plant soon employing 1000 workers. Along with his neighbor, publisher William Rockhill Nelson, Meyer led a crusade that produced KC's famed system of parks and boulevards.

Harvey House Restaurant at Union Station. {Built in 1939, the restaurant closed in 1967, but the beautiful space itself still exists.}

Wonderland Arcade.

Elaborate displays of toys in the window of Woolworths Selsdon at Christmas, 1956

Bloch Fountain, Union Station, Kansas City,MO

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The story of the rise and fall of Kansas City's longest-reigning mob boss and the powerful crime family that he controlled, as told by the FBI agent who helped bring down Nick Civella and his cronies. This long-awaited sequel to William Ouseley's "Open City: True Story of the KC Crime Family 1900-1950" comes packed with intrigue, never-before-published detail and compelling, archival photographs.

Red Hills near Medicine Lodge, Kansas.

Officers Quarters at Old Fort Hays

The world's tallest water slide is reportedly to open in Kansas City this spring.

Kansas during the Great Blizzard of 1887. I read it snowed a total of 100 feet, that's feet not inches and it killed 90% of the cattle and 90% of the cowboy's lost their jobs and hundreds froze death

Fall foliage lining the street at the University of Kansas.

An early White Castle in Wichita, Kansas, 1921

Oz Park fans are all atwitter over the arrival of Dorothy, and Toto too, the fourth and final "Wizard of Oz" sculpture installed recently in Oz Park (at the North Entrance across from Orchard Street). The cast bronze sculpture was designed by John Kearney. Look closely and you'll see Dorothy feeding Toto a biscuit. And, don't miss her red shoes.

Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun are side by side amusement parks in Kansas City, Missouri that offer multiple days of rides, shows, attractions and lots of water fun!

Wolferman's Grocery Store - street view - located at the Country Club Plaza at 47th and Wyamdotte. 1930s

River Quay Building Sign - The River Quay went from a creaky relic of 19th century to a hip and happening center for culture and nightlife when it was redeveloped in the early 1970's. A mob connected entrepreneur - Freddie Bonadonna invested heavily in the Quay. Another mobster (William Cammisano) fought for control. It eventually exploded in a series of bombings, arsons and shootings. By 1977, it was an eerie urban landscape of boarded-up and bombed out buildings - a monument to mob war.

Pioneer Mother Memorial (located in Kansas City's Penn Valley Park) - was dedicated in 1927, to reflect the spirit of all pioneer mothers. It is located near the points where the Santa Fe trail and Oregon Trails originated. Its subject is also worthy of a memorial, as many of the brave women who embarked on such journeys endured considerable hardship.

Katz Drug Store, Overland Park, KS late 1950's early 1960's