The new home of the Central Plains Regional office of the National Archives will be near Union Station in Kansas City. The move will make its collections of historical federal records more convenient to the public. The new location will benefit students, teachers, historians and others.
They will have better access to genealogical information, correspondence between the nation’s past leaders, old photographs and documents about notable events including the 1933 gangland killings at Union Station.
You can read more about this planned move in the Kansas City Star's web site at http://www.kansascity.com/340/story/246585.html.