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  • Projects in the Kansas City Community

    18th and Vine Building Preservation

    Historic Kansas City  has been awarded a grant from the Richard and Julia Moe Fund for preservation work in the Jazz District of Kansas City, Missouri. A professional consultant will be hired to complete… read more

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  • I'm a Preservationist

    Cindy Augustine

    Owner - Havana Room

    Reviving the creative spirit of Hemingway in the Crossroads.  She has revitalized a building in the Crossroads Arts District where the legendary author Ernest Hemingway used to ply his trade. They renamed the structure…

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Welcome

Membership

 

Due to popular demand the Historic 9th Street Moveable Feast has SOLD OUT!  Check back next year.

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 »

Retain Missouri Historic Tax Credit ...

Historic Kansas City is partnering with an alliance of nonprofits, preservation professionals and passionate individuals to save the Historic Tax Credit in Missouri. Since the program began in 1998, 2,400 historic buildings have been… read more

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ANITA DIXON

Executive Director, Mutual Musicians Foundation

Anita Dixon is the Executive Director of the Mutual Musicians Foundation International in the heart of historic 18th And Vine. This National Historic Landmark, once known as Local 627, or the “colored” musicians union,…

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