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First Brick Home in County Was Built by McGee Family: Present Intersection of Baltimore and Southwest Boulevard Was Site of Dwelling on 680-Acre Farm--Sons Helped Build Community
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TitleFirst Brick Home in County Was Built by McGee Family: Present Intersection of Baltimore and Southwest Boulevard Was Site of Dwelling on 680-Acre Farm--Sons Helped Build Community
AbstractPhoto and biographical article about the McGee family of Kansas City, arriving in Clay County, Missouri, about 1827 from Kentucky with the Fry family (patriarch James Hyatt McGee's maternal side). Description of their influence in early Kansas City history and photo of their home, the city's first brick residence, at present-day Baltimore and Southwest Boulevards.
DateJuly/30/1950
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofilm
Page12C-13C
Local SubjectMcGee Family
Residences
Firsts
IllustrationsNo
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID115580
CONTENTdm number24312
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