Remember Old School Limestone Kansas City

A fantastic note about long-ago living space in Kansas City back when builders used REAL materials and didn’t offer disposable housing made of matchsticks . . . Take a look:

Do you remember this block of the Volker neighborhood at 35th and Genessee?

The block of Midtown that is today’s focus has always been a mystery to one of our readers. “On the NW corner of 35th Terrace and Genessee is a nice, solid red brick four-unit apartment building,” Diane Capps wrote. “Near the top, on the front of the building is a limestone slab that is engraved with W.P.

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