The first floor of the home was flooded, so the Van Trumps took it down to the studs. But they preserved as much as they could, including the fireplace mantel and trim in this parlor to the left of the foyer. The three-story home was built in 1887 by David Slater, a tailor from Ireland and a prominent early citizen of Kansas City.
The first floor of the home was flooded, so the Van Trumps took it down to the studs. But they preserved as much as they could, including the fireplace mantel and trim in this parlor to the left of the foyer. The three-story home was built in 1887 by David Slater, a tailor from Ireland and a prominent early citizen of Kansas City. Roy Inman Special to The Star
The first floor of the home was flooded, so the Van Trumps took it down to the studs. But they preserved as much as they could, including the fireplace mantel and trim in this parlor to the left of the foyer. The three-story home was built in 1887 by David Slater, a tailor from Ireland and a prominent early citizen of Kansas City. Roy Inman Special to The Star

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