Kansas City Pioneer Square monument in Westport features Pony Express founder Alexander Majors, Westport/Kansas City founder John Calvin McCoy, and Mountain-man Jim Bridger who owned Chouteau's Store.
Hallmark corporate headquarters entrance.
Kansas City in 1843, as depicted in a history of Oregon.
Hallmark corporate offices.
Junction of Main and Delaware Streets in 1898
A Hallmark Store in Toronto Eaton Centre.
Downtown Kansas City looking over Union Station from the Liberty Memorial.
Hallmark birthday cards
Aerial view of Kansas City where the Kansas River joins the Missouri River
A Hallmark Gold Crown franchise in Evansville, Indiana.
Community Christian Church, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and next to the Country Club Plaza.
A Crayola pack of 64 crayons.
The Town of Kansas Bridge offers a connection for foot and bike traffic from the Riverfront Heritage Trail (starting at Berkley Riverfront Park) to the River Market.
Kansas City is a major meeting place for several of the nation's busiest highways.
Map of racial distribution in Kansas City, 2010 U.S. Census. Each dot is 25 people:
H&R Block's oblong headquarters in downtown Kansas City.
Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts as seen from the Kansas City Convention Center.
Entrance of the American Jazz Museum
The Kansas City Convention Center
The American Hereford Association bull and Kemper Arena and the Kansas City Live Stock Exchange Building in the former Kansas City Stockyard of the West Bottoms as seen from Quality Hill
President Obama visits Arthur Bryant's barbecue in Kansas City
The Latter-Day Saints Temple in Kansas City.
Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Kansas City Royals, 1985 and 2015 World Series Champions.
Sporting Kansas City plays the New England Revolution at Children's Mercy Park.
View of downtown from Penn Valley Park
The rose garden in Loose Park, Kansas City's third largest public park.
J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain, by Henri-Léon Gréber, in Mill Creek Park, adjacent to the Country Club Plaza.
City Hall, Kansas City, Missouri.
Police respond to a shooting in the Crossroads area during the early hours of New Years Day 2016.
Headquarters of the Kansas City Public Schools, which serves the inner core of the city limits
The Kansas City Star's new printing facility, which opened in 2006.
Landmark KCTV Tower on West 31st on Union Hill.
Kansas City International Airport
A newly branded RideKC Bus.
KC Streetcar departing the Library stop heading north to the River Market.

Hallmark Cards, Inc. is a private, family-owned American company based in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Highlights include the Black Marble H&R Block fountain in front of Union Station, which features synchronized water jets; the Nichols Bronze Horses at the corner of Main and J.C. Nichols Parkway at the entrance to the Plaza Shopping District; and the fountain at Hallmark Cards World Headquarters in Crown Center.

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Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

View of the museum and the Shuttlecocks installation from the south side
The Nelson with the new Bloch addition
Cafe in the museum
North façade of the original building (1930-33), with the Bloch Building (1999-2007), left.
The Thinker marked the north entrance prior to the addition of the Bloch Building when it was moved to the south side.
John the Baptist (John in the Wilderness), by Caravaggio, painted 1604, one of the works in the Nelson-Atkins's European painting collection
Winslow Homer, Gloucester Harbor, 1873, gift of the Enid and Crosby Kemper Foundation
John Singer Sargent, Mrs. Cecil Wade, 1886
Childe Hassam, The Concord Meadow, 1891
Henry Ossawa Tanner, The Young Sabot Maker, 1895
George Bellows, Frankie, the Organ Boy, 1907
Albert Bloch, The Green Domino, 1913

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is an art museum in Kansas City, Missouri, known for its encyclopedic collection of art from nearly every continent and culture, and especially for its extensive collection of Asian art.

In 2006, Hallmark Cards chairman Donald J. Hall, Sr. donated to the museum the entire Hallmark Photographic Collection, spanning the history of photography from 1839 to the present day.

Entrance to shopping and entertainment complex.

Crown Center

Shopping center and neighborhood located near Downtown Kansas City, Missouri between Gillham Road and Main Street to the east and west, and between OK/E 22nd St and E 27th St to the north and south.

Shopping center and neighborhood located near Downtown Kansas City, Missouri between Gillham Road and Main Street to the east and west, and between OK/E 22nd St and E 27th St to the north and south.

Entrance to shopping and entertainment complex.
Square and fountains at the heart of Crown Center.
Crown Center Square fountains.
Crown Center fountains showing the Mayor's Christmas Tree during the holiday season.
Mall entrance and
Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center and walkway.
San Francisco Tower residential highrise.
2555 Grand
Hallmark Cards corporate offices.
Hallmark corporate headquarters entrance.

The shopping center is anchored by Halls, a department store which is owned and operated by Hallmark Cards.

Before the First World War, Downtown Kansas City was heavily populated and bustling.


American Spanish-language free-to-air television network owned by TelevisaUnivision.

American Spanish-language free-to-air television network owned by TelevisaUnivision.

Univision logo, used from January 1, 1990 to December 31, 2012. Univision used as screen bug until August 10, 2014
A Univision float in the 2010 North Hudson Cuban Day Parade in Union City, New Jersey
Univision logo, used from January 1, 2013 to January 26, 2019. The current logo (shown in the infobox) is similar to this logo, but renders it in a two-dimensional look.
The Univision parade float in Boston's 2016 Dominican Parade

1987 became a pivotal year for the Spanish International Network and its owned-and-operated station group; in 1987, Nicolas sold his stake in the network to a partnership of Hallmark Cards and Televisa for 25 years, which formed Univision Holdings Inc. to operate the network and its stations.

Since that point, Univision also signed affiliation agreements with television stations owned by other media companies in cities such as Detroit, Seattle, Portland, Oregon, Minneapolis, Oklahoma City, Nashville and Kansas City – expanding its affiliate body further outside the Univision-owned stations and stations owned by Entravision Communications.