During the 1880s and 1890s, Kansas City underwent a building boom when eastern capital flooded into the city as businesses expanded. This building was constructed during the boom and designed by the Boston architectural firm of Bradlee, Winslow, and Wetherell. The building cost $450,000 in 1887 dollars.
The short link to "Building Boom One" is: http://ax5chr.com/i/9cbc
1887, 9th Street, Bradlee, color, Garment District, Kansas City, Missouri, New England Building, New England Safe Deposit and Trust Company, polarized, Wetherell, Winslow
This site is a tribute to the Fujica AX-5, one of the most advanced SLRs of the 1980s. According to Fuji, the AX-5 combines cybernation with a 7,000 element micro-computer to offer automatic exposure compensation along with six different exposure modes.
There have been 172 total photographs published on Fujica AX-5 Tribute since the first photograph, "Bank of America", was posted on Tuesday, August 20th, 2013. The most recent photograph, "Ogden Museum of Southern Art", was posted on Tuesday, September 1st, 2015.