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Western Auto's First Fifty Years in Kansas City: The Story Began with a Young Man's Idea to Supplement His Meager Wage
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TitleWestern Auto's First Fifty Years in Kansas City: The Story Began with a Young Man's Idea to Supplement His Meager Wage
AbstractHistory of the Western Auto automobile parts company in from its beginnings in Kansas City in about 1910, established by George Pepperdine for parts for Ford automobiles. Description of its growth and expansion to 250 stores in 1959, with a photo of its familiar sign at 2107 Grand Avenue.
AuthorDorothy Lamoree
DateApril 7, 1959
SourceKansas Citian
Locationq330.9778 K16
Volume48
Number14
Page15, 40-45
Local SubjectWestern Auto Supply Company
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID106168
CONTENTdm number14557
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