Friday, September 29, 2017

TKC Flashback Friday: Kansas City West Bottoms History Endures Amid Condo Boom

Speculators believe that people will want to pay big bucks to live by the railroad tracks and that may or may not be realistic.

What's certain. THIS IS A FANTASTIC POST on this history of an iconic Kansas City structure and insight into the building's importance. Checkit:

Prohibition project: Livestock Exchange Building

Continuing the 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.

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