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Biographical sketch of Dr. Abraham McKenzie, "a successful practitioner of osteopathy." Born in Lewis County, Missouri, in 1860 and training at Kirksville, Missouri, before coming to Kansas City in 1899,...
Biographical sketch of Charles Putnam Todd Woodbury, or Charles Woodbury, a lawyer at 1016 Baltimore Avenue. Born in Kansas City in 1889 at 337 Garfield Avenue and coming to Kansas City in the 1910s, becoming...
Biographical sketch of Chester Smith, president of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue. Born in Kansas City in 1888 and starting out as a lawyer and accountant involved in the...
Biographical sketch of David Victory Whitney, or David Whitney, president of the Kansas City College of Pharmacy at 1721 Baltimore Avenue. Born in Kansas City in 1864 and starting out as a journalist with...
E. Kemper Carter
Biographical sketch of E. Kemper Carter, president of Carter-Waters Corporation at 2440 Pennway Street. He was born in 1884 in Saint Joseph, arriving in Kansas City in 1920 with the Sinclair Refining Company,...
Early Kansas City Theaters
This book contains information about early theater in Kansas City, including facts concerning the local theaters of the 19th and early 20th century. These theaters include: Auditorium, Century, Coates...
Biographical sketch of Ernest Howard, senior partner of Ash-Howard-Needles & Tammen, consulting engineers at 1012 Baltimore Avenue. He was born in Toronto in 1880 and came to Kansas City about 1901 as...
Biographical sketch of Grant Stauffer, president and treasurer of the Sinclair Coal Company at 1012 Baltimore Avenue. Born in Hope, Kansas in 1888 and coming to Kansas City in 1911.
Biographical sketch of Harley Davis, auditor and assistant secretary of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue who was born in Independence in 1883 and entered the telephone business...
History of the house including the story of its preservation by moving from Westport and Main Streets to 4000 Baltimore Avenue.
Biographical sketch of Henry Kuhn, vice-president of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue. He was born in Illinois in 1889 and came to Kansas City in 1918 as an engineer after...
Biographical sketch of Hiram Elliott, president of the Hiram Elliott Construction Company at 1016 Baltimore Avenue. He was born in Indianapolis in 1884 and arrived in Kansas City in 1907 as co-organizer...
John Adams Prescott
Biographical sketch of John Adams Prescott, or John Prescott, president of the Prescott-Wright-Snider Company at 918 Baltimore Avenue. Born in New Hampshire in 1866 and coming to Kansas City in 1894 as...
Description of the Jones-Hettelsater Construction Company ("designers and builders for flour and feed millers"), established in 1920 by A. R. Hettelsater, president, and the late E. N. Jones, with photos,...
Biographical sketch of Joseph Franklin Porter, or Joseph Porter, chairman of the board of the Kansas City Power & Light Company at 1330 Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City. Born in Iowa in 1863 and working...
Biographical sketch of Laurence Piersol, president of the investment company of Bennett, Piersol & Company at 1014 Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City. Born in Ottawa, Kansas, in 1898 and coming to Kansas...
R. S. Beachy
Biographical sketch of R. S. Beachy, president and founder of the First Mortgage Investment Company at 1016 Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City, established in 1927 after being vice-president of the Waddell...
Biographical sketch of Rolla Craig Coleman, vice-president of the American Safety Tank Company at 912 Baltimore Avenue who was born in 1900 in Kansas City and started as an insurance agent in 1922 until...
Photo and bio of Wallace Robinson, a Kansas City hotelier residing at 3800 Baltimore Avenue. Born in Canada in 1866 and coming "to Kansas City in 1887 as assistant manager of the Avery Planter Company"...
This illustrated book describes the history of the park and boulevard system, from Baltimore Avenue to 77th Street, 5.89 miles long, acquired in 1911-1920.
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