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Kansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis
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TitleKansas City: Rise of a Regional Metropolis
AbstractBook includes a short history of the Riverside Red X store which offers a full line grocery store, hardware supplies, liquor, and cigarettes. It also has exhibits of bells, Oriental bronzes, curiosities, antiques, etc. from all over the world.
NotesThe story of Red X begins with a man named Edward Hamilton Young, who settled in Riverside, an unincorporated Platte County city, during the 1940s. - In 1948 Young opened a gas station with two pumps, obtaining his gas from a distributor in Cameron that carried Red Crown gasoline. Young got the idea of naming his business after the gasoline brand.
AuthorWilliam S. Worley
Date2002
Locationq977.8411 W92k
Page172-173
Local SubjectRiverside Red X General Store
Riverside, Missouri
Item TypeBook
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Item ID124400
CONTENTdm number10368
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