{Throwback Thursday} This 1911 photograph taken by Kansas City photographer E. J. Davison is looking south on Broadway from High Street, now 40th Terrace, toward Westport Road. The buildings you see should be fairly recognizable to those who know Westport. The building on the left where poor Emerich Dry Goods is having a bankruptcy sale is the now former Bank of America building. The building on the right is still there. #TBT #throwbackthursday #kcparks #KCParks125

{Throwback Thursday} This 1911 photograph taken by Kansas City photographer E. J. Davison is looking south on Broadway from High Street, now 40th Terrace, toward Westport Road. The buildings you see should be fairly recognizable to those who know Westport. The building on the left where poor Emerich Dry Goods is having a bankruptcy sale is the now former Bank of America building. The building on the right is still there. #TBT #throwbackthursday #kcparks #KCParks125

{Throwback Thursday} This 1911 photograph taken by Kansas City photographer E. J. Davison is looking south on Broadway from High Street, now 40th Terrace, toward Westport Road. The buildings you see should be fairly recognizable to those who know Westport. The building on the left where poor Emerich Dry Goods is having a bankruptcy sale is the now former Bank of America building. The building on the right is still there. #TBT #throwbackthursday #kcparks #KCParks125
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