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Food Mart Unloaded: Kansas City, Kan., Gives Up, Leases Storm-Provoking Terminal to Private Corporation for Year
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TitleFood Mart Unloaded: Kansas City, Kan., Gives Up, Leases Storm-Provoking Terminal to Private Corporation for Year
AbstractArticle about the end of the legal dispute between Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, over the Kansas side's municipal "food terminal and its river-rail grain elevator, both located on the newly constructed public levee." Dispute ended with abdication of the Kansas side and lease of the market to Greater Kansas City Food Markets, Inc., a subsidiary of Minnesota Avenue, Inc., "owned by J. W. Perry, a capitalist of Kansas City, Kan."
DateSeptember/21/1940
SourceBusiness Week
LocationSC 73: Collection of Magazine Article Photocopies
Page1-18
Local SubjectKansas City, Kansas
Railroads
Grain Industry
Barges
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID114511
CONTENTdm number16653
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