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What Makes Miller Run? Or Persistence and the Art of Real Estate Development
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TitleWhat Makes Miller Run? Or Persistence and the Art of Real Estate Development
AbstractPhotos, illustrated caricature, and biographical article about Miller Nichols, "a son of J. C. Nichols" and inheritor of "his father's real estate company, its properties and its prized Country Club Plaza in 1950 when the nationally recognized developer died." Born in Kansas City in 1911 and growing up at 52nd and Brookside Boulevards and joining his father's company at the age of 12, serving in World War II, becoming sales manager in 1946, president in 1950, and chairman of the board in 1973. Comparisons to his father (Miller lacking the genius but instilled with a hard work ethic) and discussion about various real estate development and political issues causing him and the Plaza problems, etc.
SourceThe Kansas City Star Magazine
PageCover, 6-8, 11-14
Local SubjectNichols, Miller
J. C. Nichols Company
Real Estate Companies
Country Club Plaza
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID117916
CONTENTdm number25871
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