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161. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Reprint from the Kansas City Star (February 19, 1928) about the Sammons Furniture Manufacturing Company, operated by Milton Sammons at 30th and Wyandotte Streets and founded by the "late V. K. Sammons"...

162. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Reprint from the Kansas City Star (January 28, 1928) about Henry Mayor, manufacturer of his own hair dye at his home at 2827 Wyandotte Street. Former barber coming to Kansas City in 1885 at 117 East 5th...

163. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Reprint of a newspaper article about Kyle Leeds, president of the Federal Cash Register Company at 7th and Delaware Streets, describing his career of cash register manufacturing starting in 1923 expanding...

164. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Description of the reuse of the Board of Trade Building as a clothing manufacturing shop.

165. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Excerpt from the Kansas City Star about the Friderichsen Floor & Wall Tile Company, a business manufacturing ceramic tiles in Independence in 1927, operated by C. Friderichsen, a native of Denmark.

166. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Reprint from the Kansas City Star (April 1, 1928) about the invention of Kansas City motor car business man Robert Robinson of a fluid serving as a car polish and cleaner. Description of his small factory...

167. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Article about the Butler steel barrel plant at 13th and Eastern Streets in the Blue Valley industrial district.

168. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Reprint of a newspaper article about the history of the theater building opening in 1887 as the Warder Grand Opera House, reopening in 1897 as the Auditorium Theater, and in the early 1900s being converted...

169. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Automatic control device manufacturer at Mulberry and Saint Louis Avenues.

170. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Report of the expansion of the steel company in North Kansas City at 16th and Holmes Streets, with history of the company.

171. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Various articles about the garment industry and particular garment companies.

172. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Excerpt from the Kansas City Star from April 24, 1927, about the Hoyland Flour Mills Company, "[a] Kansas City corporation" manufacturing "200 cases a day" of wheat breakfast cereal called "Smax" starting...

173. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Clipping of an article (Kansas City Star, January 9, 1927) giving the history of the Rutherford Chili Company canning business, established in 1921 by Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Rutherford at 3rd and Grand Avenues...

174. Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries of Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Reprint of a Kansas City Star article from March 11, 1928, about architect A. H. Buckley, of the firm of Buckley and Van Brunt, and his invention of a cooling fan designed as an alternative to "the inharmonious...

175. Little Known Industries in Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Little Known Industries in Greater Kansas City, 1926-1929 Article about the "store fixture" chain store and its growth with its clients' growth.

176. Little Italy--Not a Land of Godfathers Little Italy--Not a Land of Godfathers Story about the evaporation of Little Italy over the years as an easily identifiable neighborhood.

177. Little Italy of the Ozarks Little Italy of the Ozarks Article about the Italian heritage of the towns of Saint James and Rosati, Missouri, with wine gardens and other businesses owned by Italians such as "Castelli, Difiori, Minari, Codemo, Guerra, Tessaro,...

178. Little House in the Ozarks Little House in the Ozarks Article discusses Laura Ingalls Wilder's home in the Ozarks and gives an overview of her life. It has photos of her home in the Ozarks and includes a timeline of her life events and literary works. She...

179. Little Hotels, Big Problem Little Hotels, Big Problem Review of the lack of more than 2,000 hotel rooms within walking distance of the convention center, thus limiting the number of covention Kansas City can host. Some say that the smaller hotels around Barney... Hotels;

180. Little Gomen on the Prairie Little Gomen on the Prairie Review of Martha's Café.