Historic Kansas City Foundation

Architecture
2:56 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

Historic Kansas City Foundation Releases Endangered Buildings List

The Wheatley Provident Hospital was established and run by and for the African-American community during the era of racial segregation in Kansas City, Mo. Founded by Dr. J. Edward Perry, it was run as a nursing school and hospital until closing in 1972.
Julie Denesha KCUR

The Historic Kansas City Foundation releases a list each year of buildings and city landmarks in danger of being lost due to demolition or neglect. This year’s "endangered" buildings include the oldest in the Crossroads, Lane Blueprint Building, as well as Disney’s Laugh-o-Gram studios, and the Country Club Plaza

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