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Agreement Brightens Future of the Mullendore Ranch
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TitleAgreement Brightens Future of the Mullendore Ranch
AbstractPhotos and article about the leasing of large areas of ranch lands in northeastern Oklahoma and southeastern Kansas by the Lacy Management Company of North Kansas City, Missouri (headed by president H. Robert Loughrey and founder Bill Lacy and "the world's biggest breeder of registered Hereford cattle") to Eugene Mullendore, Jr., or Gene Mullendore, "the 69-year-old squire of Oklahoma's biggest privately-held ranch." Description of the apparent salvation of "the Mullendore ranching family" empire starting in the 1890s and nearly ruined following the controversial murder in 1970 of Gene's son E. C. or Eugene Mullendore III, etc.
DateJuly/8/1973
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofilm
Page1A, 4A-5A
Local SubjectLacy Management Company
Mullendore, Eugene C., Jr.
North Kansas City, Missouri
Livestock Industry
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID99273
CONTENTdm number21631
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