Architecture Resources on the Internet
American Institute of Architects
A website for the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects which features the Kansas City association and its activities.
American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920
The Kansas City portion of the Library of Congress American Memory Project primarily "before" and "after" pictures of the Paseo.
Built in America: Historic American Buildings Survey / Historic American Engineering Record, 1933-Present
The Kansas City portion of the survey, an effort to make the drawings, photographs, and written histories of the Library of Congress' most heavily used collection available on the Web. Digitization of these materials is in progress, so if you don't find what you're looking for, check back regularly.
Famous Buildings of Kansas City
The Emporis site gives detailed information on architecture and tall buildings in Kansas City and other cities worldwide.
Extensive site detailing the life and career of the noted landscape architect and city planner responsible for Kansas City's parks and boulevard system.
Historic Kansas City Foundation
Organization dedicated to the preservation of historic buildings that offers tours, educational opportunities, and information on architectural preservation.
Unit of Kansas City government responsible for administering the Landmarks Ordinance and for dealing with other preservation issues. Includes a list of buildings on the Kansas City Register of Historic Places.
History of Landscape Architecture: Hare and Hare
History of local landscape architectural firm of Hare and Hare.
Library of Congress American Memory Project
Includes nine collections covering architecture and engineering, architecture and interior design, architecture and landscaping, maps, photographs, etc.
Missouri Historic Preservation Office
The Missouri Historic Preservation Office, part of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, features preservation efforts in the state of Missouri.
National Register of Historic Places, Jackson County, Missouri
Jackson County, Missouri, properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
National Trust for Historic Preservation
The National Trust for Historic Preservation advocates historic preservation on a national level.
An online gateway to the various neighborhood associations in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
Researching the History of Your House
A general bibliography and collection of links associated with researching the history of a house.
A timeline showing highlights of the Kansas City Union Station’s history.
Western Historical Manuscript Collection
The "Built Environment" category provides a detailed list of this repository's collections relating to architecture.
Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture in Missouri
Includes a number of images of the buildings designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Kansas City.