Abandoned Kansas City: Forgotten Brought to Light

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As progress continues to move onward and upward throughout Kansas City, there will always be places left behind. From the industrial to residential and many places in between, all these structures have more stories to tell. Each one of these locations are smaller steppingstones in the foundation of Kansas City’s establishment, and share the commonality of being left empty. Their original purposes are diverse, with timelines going back as far as the 1890s. In addition to some interesting and obscure backstories, this book takes an in-depth look inside all these buildings that many of us have driven by and wondered about for years, in a widespread montage of photography that details as much as possible. In this second installment of Abandoned Kansas City, more of the forgotten is brought into the light.
ISBN: 9781634992565
Format: Paperback
Publisher: America Through Time
State: Missouri
Series: America Through Time
Images: 140
Pages: 96
Dimensions: 9.25 (w) x 6.5 (h)
REGINA DANIEL specializes in urban exploration photography. She is also the owner and operator of Red Vixen’s Photography. Covering much of the Kansas City area and the surrounding vicinities, she has gone on to travel through six states in the Midwest doing her abandoned photography. What started as curiosity for the abandoned has turned into documenting the forgotten or lesser-known history lessons and photographing what has stood the test of time. That change from curiosity to preservation led her to write the books Abandoned Kansas City andI>Abandoned Picher, Oklahoma. Regina’s passion to photograph the abandoned will continue to have a driving force as long as progress continues to leave the old and obsolete behind for better and brighter tomorrows.
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