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Frank Cromwell
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TitleFrank Cromwell
AbstractPhoto and bio of Frank Cromwell (1878-1955), mayor from 1922 to 1923, a native Kansas Citian who started work as a surveyor for "Tuttle & Pike, engineers," became a salesman for the W. I. Grush Commission Company in 1898 and changed the name to the Cromwell Butter & Egg Company. It was located at 110 East Missouri Avenue and went out of business in the 1929 stock market crash.
AuthorGeorge Fuller Green
Date1968
SourceA Condensed History of the Kansas City Area: Its Mayors and Some V. I. P.s
LocationMVSC 920.0778 G79c
Chapter Title58 (Frank Houghton Cromwell)
Page121-122
Local SubjectCromwell, Frank H.
Mayors
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeBook
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Item ID109532
CONTENTdm number4173
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