Kansas City in Vintage Postcards

Arcadia Publishing

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Kansas City in Vintage Postcards by Darlene Isaacson and Elizabeth Wallace 

Kansas City, Missouri, has long been a bustling center of activity in the heart of the Midwest, hosting the railroads that rambled through its stockyards and the jazz pioneers who made a lasting mark on music history. This collection of vintage postcards from the late 1800s through the 1950s brings to life the people, places, and events of old Kansas City. The unique postcards printed in this book capture the historic downtown area and the Country Club Plaza as well as the private notes of a homesick visitor, paying homage to a time long gone, but not forgotten.

About the Authors

Darlene Isaacson, a former teacher, has lived in Kansas City for over 40 years where she currently operates her own business.

Elizabeth Wallace lived in Kansas City for almost 25 years and now resides in Colorado. A member of the Society of Women Writers and Journalists, she is also the author of Colorado Springs, Colorado, another book in the Images of America series.

Product Specifications

Published by Arcadia Publishing, paperback, 2003. 128 pages.