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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
AbstractBiographical sketch of James Lewis Lombard, or James Lombard, "president of the Corn Belt Bank" since 1905, born in Illinois in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1885 as president of his own bank, with residence at 18th and Jefferson Streets, "after designs" by the famous architects Daniel Burnham and John Root.
NotesPages 384-385: "The family residence is one of the finest homes in Kansas City. It is located at Eighteenth and Jefferson streets and was erected in 1888 after designs by Burham [sic] & Root, who also designed the American Bank and the Board of Trade buildings of Kansas City and the Flat Iron [sic] building of New York."
AuthorCarrie Westlake Whitney
Date1908
Locationq977.8411 W61
Volume2
Page384-386
Local SubjectLombard, James L.
Burnham and Root
Architects
Item TypeBook
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Item ID115548
CONTENTdm number6088
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