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Sepia photograph of Carnival Park, entrance to the roller skating rink.

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Black and White photograph of Carnival Park, entrance to Wizard – admission ticket booth

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Black and white photograph of Carnival Park, Crystal Laundry admission ticket booth

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Black and white photograph of large crowd watching a performance at Carnival Park

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Black and white photograph of the admission ticket booth for Hale's Tours of the World at Carnival Park

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Black and white photograph of Carnival Park visitors gathered on the stage at the Bandshell

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Black and white photograph of crowds gathered on the Carnival Park boardwalk

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Black and white photograph of a view into Carnival Park

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Black and white photograph of the entrance to the 3rd Degree at Carnival Park

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Black and white photograph of Carnival Park from inside, with view of 3rd Degree and Crystal Laundry buildings

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Black and white photograph of Carnival Park at night with a view of the roller coaster tower (Chutes)

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Black and white photograph of The Wigwam, a covered restaurant at Carnival Park

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Black and white photograph of two female passengers ascending the "Shoot the Chutes" ride at Carnival Park.

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Black and white photograph of two men on the "Double Whirl" ride at Carnival Park. The ride consisted of six miniature Ferris wheels revolving perpendicular to each other and circling its enclosure simultaneously.

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Black and white photograph of crowds on the boardwalk at Carnival Park with lagoon and boats in the foreground and Hale's Tours of the World building in the background.

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Black and white photograph of Carnival Park grounds with benches and pavilion in the background.

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View of The Pergola, a covered structure near the center of Carnival Park with table and chairs under a roofed walk. It was used as a place for serving refreshments such as ice cream soda, and water.

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Pen and ink drawing of a house and windmill next to a stream by Kansas City, Kansas student Ada Garr. This artwork was on display at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Color postcard of the Colonial Motel located on Rainbow Boulevard in Kansas City, Kansas. Shows front elevation.

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Pen and ink portrait of a standing girl, viewed from behind, by Alta Samples, grade 7b, Lowell School, teacher Miss Bean. This artwork was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Watercolor painting of a Maple leaf with Fall colors, by Anna Golding, grade 6a, Central School, Miss Corbett, teacher. This artwork was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Pencil drawing of a farm scene with rail fence and barn, by Arthur Hammond. This artwork was on display at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Pen and ink study of of a repeating border design with circles and leaf pattern, by Arthur Van Doren. This artwork was on display at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Pen and ink study of of a repeating border design with triangle and diamond shapes by Arthur Van Doran. This artwork was on display at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Pen and ink study of of a repeating border design with geometric pattern, by Arthur Van Doren. This artwork was on display at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Per back of postcard, "An ocean-going vessel for the Navy goes down the ways at Harry Darby's shipyard in Kansas, City , U.S.A."

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Watercolor and pencil sketch of a basket of flowers by Belle Rosee, grade 5a, student of Miss Hanna at Morse School. This work was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Watercolor and pencil Thanksgiving greeting card by Bertha Roebling, 6th Grade, Central School, Miss Corbet, teacher. This artwork was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Watercolor painting of a water scene with boats and buildings in the background. Artist Bessie Baldwin, Hawthorne School student. This artwork was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Watercolor and pen & ink copy of an artwork featuring a girl in a sunbonnet feeding chickens, by Bessie Gardner. This drawing was displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Watercolor and pencil geometric design study by Bessie Kramer, displayed at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair.

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Black and white photo of Stowe Elementary School. Stowe was located at Second St. and Richmond Ave (also called Second and Virginia Ave., and some said the building was located on Walker Ave. near Fourth St.). Constructed in 1899 by Rose and Peterson…

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Black and white photo of Armstrong School, front elevation. The Armstrong school was constructed in 1873 as a two-story, two-room brick building. The school and grounds lay north of the Union Pacific tracks in the Armstrong settlement. In 1926…

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Black and white photo of the Bruce (later known as Lincoln) School. Constructed in 1888, the building was located at the southwest corner at 24th and Strong Avenue. This school was first named Bruce school, and later, when Argentine was annexed in…

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Black and white photograph of Carlisle School. The school was located at Carlisle Road (later renamed 42nd Street) and Speaker Road in Argentine. The name "Carlisle School" was taken from the road (the present 42nd St.) named for the Carlisle family…

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Black and white photograph of Booker T. Washington School. The actual date of construction and occupancy for this school, which served African American students, is not known. Booker T. Washington school was at one time located at the corner of…

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Black and white photo of Abbot School (originally called London Heights School). Located at the corner of 15th and Troup Ave., Abbot school was constructed in 1889 and began as a two-room schoolhouse.

Early accounts of the school mention the lack…

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Black and white photo of Argentine High School, rear and side elevations. Erected at 22nd and Elmwood (now Ruby) in 1908, Argentine High School was built to educate the growing number of high school students in the Argentine area. The west section of…

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Black and white photo of Argentine High School, side view

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Black and white photograph of exterior of Attucks School. The second oldest of the Rosedale Public Schools. Originally a frame building on property at Bluff Street and Central, the school was named for Crispus Attucks. After annexation, in the…

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Black and white photo of exterior of Attucks School in Kansas City, Kansas. The second oldest of the Rosedale Public Schools. Originally a frame building on property at Bluff Street and Central, the school was named for Crispus Attucks. After…

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Black and white photo of exterior of Bancroft School in Kansas City, Kansas. Bancroft School at Sixth and Splitlog was named, as was the custom in the years around the turn of the century, for a well-known writer and diplomat, George Bancroft, who is…

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Black and white photograph of Bancroft School in Kansas City, Kansas, exterior side view. Bancroft School at Sixth and Splitlog was named, as was the custom in the years around the turn of the century, for a well-known writer and diplomat, George…

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Black and white photograph of Booker T. Washington School, exterior, rear view. The actual date of construction and occupancy for this school, which served African American students, is not known. Booker T. Washington school was at one time located…

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Black and white photograph of Bruce School, exterior. Bruce was located at 222 N 2nd St., on the SW corner of 2nd and Ohio in the French Bottoms of old KCK. Built sometime around 1890, the two-room frame building served African American students,…

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Black and white photograph of Bruce School, exterior side view. Bruce was located at 222 N 2nd St., on the SW corner of 2nd and Ohio in the French Bottoms of old KCK. Built sometime around 1890, the two-room frame building served African American…

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Black and white photograph of Bryant School, exterior. Built in 1904, Bryant was a four-room, brick structure located at 17th and Webster with eight grades taught by four teachers. in 1908 four additional rooms were added to the west side of the…

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Black and white photograph of Bryant School, exterior. Built in 1904, Bryant was a four-room, brick structure located at 17th and Webster with eight grades taught by four teachers. in 1908 four additional rooms were added to the west side of the…

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Black and white photograph of the Bryant School Annex

KSCOLL_PH_CentralElementary_01.jpg
Black and white photograph of Central Elementary School exterior
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