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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 Job Hollinger, head " of the Job Hollinger Construction Company," born in Canada in 1860 and coming to Kansas City in 1883, organizing his own business in 1907 with offices in the "New Nelson building."
NotesThe following local structures were built by the Job Hollinger Construction Company: (1) the Miltona Apartments, (2) the Manual Training High School, (3) "the city workhouse," (4) the Switzer school, (5) "an addition to the Jeager school," (6) "the School of Mines at Rolla, Missouri," (7) the residence of Mrs. S. B. Armour in Kansas City," (8) "a part of the plant of the Missouri Gas Company of Kansas City," (9) "the Christian church at the corner of Independence boulevard and Gladstone boulevard," (10) "the building of the Loose-Wiles Cracker Company," (11) "an addition to the Emery-Bird-Thayer store and their warehouse," (12) the Jenkins building, and (13) "the Proctor & Gamble Soap Works at Armourdale."
AuthorCarrie Westlake Whitney
Date1908
Locationq977.8411 W61
Volume3
Page180-184
Local SubjectHollinger, Job
Item TypeBook
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Item ID112568
CONTENTdm number5779
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