Title: K. C. Hydraulic-Press Brick Co.

Description: Advertising card for K. C. Hydraulic-Press Brick Co. showing a boating scene with floral border. One of two cards with similar design. Lower left corner has "No. 62." Back of card says: "Annual Capacity: 10,000,000 Front and Ornamental Brick. 40,000,000 Common Brick" and lists their products including red, buff, chocolate, and mottled press brick or ornamental brick; "Sewer Brick. Sidewalk Paving brick. Common Building Brick. Fire Brick and Fire Clay. Vitrified Brick. Triphammer Brick. Sterling Mortar Colors. Pacific White Sand. Architectural Terra Cotta. Porous Fireproof Tile." Address given on back of card:
Office Telephone 1507
.."" No. 1 Yard--Guinotte & Allen Av., Tel. 1537.
No. 2 Yard--17th & Askew Ave., Tel. 261 E.
No. 3 Yard--Kansas City, Kansas. West 6.
206-8 Postal Telegraph Bldg.
.."."."."" Kansas City, Mo.

Subject(s): Advertising cards; Brick industry; Boats;

Local Subject(s): K. C. Hydraulic-Press Brick Co.;

Date: ca. 1880-1900

Item Type: Advertising Card

Dimensions: 9 x 13 cm.

Collection: Advertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216

Company Notes: Address in 1892 City Directory: 305-309 Builders & Traders Exchange Building.

Location: SC3, Box 1, Bricks/Stonework

Barcode: Front: 10019202; Back: 10019205

Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri

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