• Welcome to Historic Kansas City

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    Historic Kansas City is very pleased to be hosting our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 at the Community Christian Church.   To Purchase Tickets CLICK HERE.

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  • Upcoming Event in Your Area

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    The Historic Kansas City has a lot of events happening throughout the year. Please check back regularly to see what we're doing next.

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  • Projects in the Kansas City Community

    2011 Most Endangered List

    2011 Most Endangered Historic Resources 1. KCMO Closed Schools, KCMO 2. Lane Blueprint Building, 1520 Main, KCMO 3. Knickerbocker Apartments, 501-531 Knickerbocker Place, KCMO 4. The Historic Country Club Plaza and Country Club District,… read more

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  • I'm a Preservationist

    David Johnson

    Advocate and Activist

    David Johnson is a Crossroads resident and civic activist. A native of Coffeyville, KS and a project manager by day, he is also an active transit advocate and the President of the Crossroads Community…

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Welcome

DONATE

Historic Kansas City is very pleased to be hosting our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 at the Community Christian Church.   To Purchase Tickets CLICK HERE.

Read More Historic Kansas City »

Check out our Calendar

The Historic Kansas City has a lot of events happening throughout the year. Please check back regularly to see what we're doing next.

View the Calendar »

2013 Most Endangered

Each year Historic Kansas City publishes a Most Endangered list to raise awareness and advocate for saving our city’s historic buildings and resources. 1.     Victor Beutner House, 1311 Manheim Rd, KCMO This early modernist concrete… read more

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Ted Seligson

FAIA, Architect, Professor of Architecture at the University of Missouri-Kansas City

Theodore “Ted” Seligson has committed his career to advancing architectural practice, education, and preservation. After earning his degree from Washington University, Seligson joined Kivett & Myers Architects in Kansas City. During his tenure, he became head of design and was…

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