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   The greatly increased enrollment in the HORNER INSTITUTE OF FINE ARTS has necessitated removal to larger quarters, which have been found in the Richard Keith residence at Hunter Avenue and Baltimore.  The school has here all the advantages of  the city with none of the drawbacks.  The residence district surrounding the school is the most beautiful in the city.  Transportation facilities are excellent.  The Sunset Hill, Westport, Thirty-first Street and Strang Line cars pass the door.  The Country Club and Rockhill cars pass a short block away.  The school is now only eleven minutes from the down-town shopping district and eight minutes from the Union Station.
   The building is one of the most beautiful residences ever built in Kansas City.  The first floor is finished entirely in mahogany and each studio contains a handsome fireplace.  The grounds of the school extend an entire block on Hunter Avenue and four hundred feet on Baltimore.  The beautiful lawn and large trees furnish a very desirable suburban setting.  The beautiful lawn and large trees furnish a very desirable suburban setting.
   The studios are exceptionally large, well-lighted rooms, equipped entirely with new Kimball grand and upright pianos.
   All the leading music and art periodicals are kept on file in the general reception hall for the use of the students.

An Ideal School of Music



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