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Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908
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TitleKansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908
AbstractPhoto and bio of Thomas Brodnax, "the senior partner of the wholesale shipping and exporting firm of Brodnax & McLiney." He was born in Alabama in 1859 and arrived in Kansas City in 1887 in the grain industry, settling permanently in 1891 at 3526 Walnut Street. He married Myrtle Deardorff, "a daughter of Louis J. Deardorff, a pioneer lumber-dealer" and "builder of the Deardorff building, in which Mrs. Brodnax owns a fourth interest, together with a third interest in the building occupied by the North-Mahoney Furniture Company at 1114-16 Walnut street, which stands on the site of her father's lumberyards in the early days of Kansas City."
AuthorCarrie Westlake Whitney
Date1908
Locationq977.8411 W61
Volume2
Page612-616
Local SubjectBrodnax, Thomas J.
Brodnax, Myrtle D.
Item TypeBook
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Item ID109185
CONTENTdm number4011
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