Sunday, October 29, 2017

MUST READ!!! KANSAS CITY GOLDEN ERA BLOGGING FINALE!!!

A brilliant Sunday offering from "The Paris Of The Plains" blog features spectacular insight on the history and enduring architecture of Kansas City. The finale of this series contemplates the long ago nightlife of Kansas City which still resonates and informs our culture to this day.

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Prohibition project: Katz drugstore No. 7

This is the final post in a series on the Prohibition era in Kansas City, 1920 to 1933, about surviving buildings and other structures with stories to tell about moonshine, bootlegging, speakeasies, "wets" and "drys," and associated events, activities and personalities.

2 Comments:

chuck said...

Very cool.

Anonymous said...

Wow! Thank you! Obviously there were social issues then as well as now, but it sure seems like a simpler and more gentle time. Probably wouldn't want to go there full time, but nice for a nostalgic visit.