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I was really pleased when they decided to restore the old TWA building, rather than turn it in to a parking lot or bufucklo wild wings. I have several pics of my own of it. Harkens back to my youth when people shopped downtown.
midtown - I remember that myself. Although it stopped being TWA HQ when I moved here in 1964, it was a TWA office building until 1969 and my dad worked for TWA, so I remember it well.BTW, TWA of course stands for Trans World Airlines. But it started off as Transcontinental Air Transport. I'm surprised that a horndog like Howard Hughes didn't name the company Trans World Air Transport...TWAT.That's what I would have done. But I'm just cool like that.
Being that I've never been to KC, the pictures you post are all I know of it.It certainly looks interesting. The mix of sculptures is definitely not ordinary. And I want to do my chrysanthemums like that this fall.Who knew KC had things like this to look at? Seriously, I'm not being funny.
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