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Mrs. Leo Tanner Dies: Widow of Hotel Founder Was 67
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TitleMrs. Leo Tanner Dies: Widow of Hotel Founder Was 67
AbstractObituary for "Mrs. Leo Cordelia Swearengin Tanner [or Mrs. Leo Tanner], 67-year-old widow of Andy Tanner, sr., [sic] founder and former owner of the Tanner hotel" at 917 Locust Street. Mrs. Tanner known as a "former schoolteacher" coming to Kansas City in 1914 from her native Clay County, Missouri as a new wife, moving into the old Parrish home at 2501 East 35th Street.
NotesThe house on Thirty-fifth was built in 1824 by William Parrish, a pioneer settler here and great-grandfather of Andy Tanner, sr. [sic]
SourceThe Kansas City Star
Local SubjectParrish, William
Tanner, Andy, Sr.
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID118248
CONTENTdm number25976
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