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Gone But Not Forgotten
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TitleGone But Not Forgotten
AbstractA short synopsis of the life of John Hall, one of Kansas City's earliest residents, and Hinton H. Noland, a prominent citizen in Independence as well as Kansas City. Hall came to Kansas City in 1857 and had built the Pacific House Hotel in the late 1850s. During the Civil War, the hotel was a military barracks, and in Room 20, Orders No. 10 and 11 were issued. Noland served many years in various court capacities mainly in Independence. Noland Road is named after him. Article includes names of immediate descendants.
AuthorFred L. Lee
DateSpring//2002
SourceThe Kansas City Genealogist
LocationPeriodical
Volume42
Number4
Page196-197
Local SubjectHall, John
Noland, Hinton H.
Pacific House Hotel
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID124282
CONTENTdm number19466
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