Harry Green, the real estate broker who told The Star of the 1960s why racial turnover was occurring east of Troost avenue. Here he paddles Missouri's Niangua river with his wife, Judy.
Harry Green, the real estate broker who told The Star of the 1960s why racial turnover was occurring east of Troost avenue. Here he paddles Missouri's Niangua river with his wife, Judy. Charles Hammer
Harry Green, the real estate broker who told The Star of the 1960s why racial turnover was occurring east of Troost avenue. Here he paddles Missouri's Niangua river with his wife, Judy. Charles Hammer

Guest commentary: Tell the story of the Nichols fountain, but also of the ‘Troost Wall’

July 02, 2017 08:30 PM