A statue of Benjamin Franklin that sits on Kansas City's Country Club Plaza. The document in his hand is the United States Bill of Rights. From countryclubplaza.com: "One of our Founding Fathers is cast in bronze by George Lundeen of Loveland, Colorado. This life-size Franklin invites visitors to site beside him on a park bench and was given by Miller Nichols and family in 1990." Visit my website: www.chrism70.com
Blue Ridge Mall; Kansas City, Missouri - Labelscar: The Retail History Blog
Opened in 1958 at the corner of U.S. 40 and I-70 in east Kansas City, Blue Ridge Mall was a major shopping center anchored by The Jones Store, JCPenney, and Montgomery Ward. Once the fourth largest mall in the Kansas City area, Blue Ridge Mall slid into a quick decline and today is nothing more than a Wal-Mart Supercenter …
Stephenson's Apple Farm Restaurant
On old US40 highway in Independence, Missouri. This location is closed but I believe the second one in north Kansas City is still in business.
Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs)
The latest Tweets from Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs). Official Twitter account of the Kansas City Chiefs. 1 Arrowhead Drive
20 Kansas City Instagram Photos We Love
An arts district, an entertainment district and (arguably) the nation's best barbecue are just the start. Take a tour of Missouri's second-largest city through the inspired eyes of Instagrammers.
Kansas City Skyline at Dusk (8.05 pm), 3 Sept 2010
Kansas City Skyline lighting up at dusk, as seen from the top of the Liberty Memorial. Friday evening 3 September 2010.
Sculptures of Kansas City: Massasoit
This statue of Massasoit, a Wampanaog Indian Warrior who befriended the Pilgrims and helped them survive in the “new world”, is one of five originals. The other four Massasoit sculptur…