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Daniel S Durrie
J W L Slavens
Walter Bickford Davis
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A. B. Spruill
Biographical sketch of Dr. A. B. Spruill, "one of the leading physicians of Jackson county." Born in Alabama in 1824 and moving to New Santa Fe, Missouri in 1868 (in southwestern Jackson County) as a farmer...
A. S. Lyman
Biographical sketch of A. S. Lyman, "one of the leading lawyers of the Kansas City bar," born in New York City in 1853 and coming here in 1885, becoming a Missouri state representative.
Biographical sketch of Abner Moyer (1821-1878), a farmer and former tanner in Linn County, Missouri. Description of his life and career as a native of Virginia moving to Missouri in 1843 as a teacher,...
One paragraph of biography about Arthur Fitzsimmons, a state representative of Missouri and native of Saint Louis.
Portrait and biographical sketch of Charles Hughes, a judge and former mayor of Richmond, Missouri. He was born in Kentucky in 1822 and moved to Caldwell County, Missouri, as a lawyer, becoming "at different...
Biographical sketch of Earl Doll, "a leading citizen of Gallatin and a prosperous agriculturalist of northwestern Missouri" and state representative, born in Kidder, Missouri, in 1893.
Portrait and biographical sketch of Edward Cresap McCarty, or Edward McCarty, a Santa Fe freighter, Missouri state representative, and banker in Kansas City and other Missouri towns in the 1800s. Born...
Book excerpt gives a brief description of Fletcher Daniels, a Missouri state representative in 1990, including Daniels's committee memberships, birth in Oklahoma in 1919, and residence at 3537 Askew Avenue...
H. S. Julian
Biographical sketch of H. S. Julian, a Missouri state representative and lawyer born in Kentucky in 1862 and coming to Kansas City in 1885.
Biographical sketch of Homer Burns Mann, or Homer Mann, an insurance agent in the Bryant Building, born in Illinois in 1869 and coming to Kansas City in the 1890s. Description of his career, starting out...
Portrait and biographical sketch of Hugh Marshall, a banker and former Forty-niner and Missouri state representative, born in Virginia in 1830 and moving to Putnam County, Missouri, in 1842.
Jacquline Townes McGee
Book excerpt with a brief biography and photo of Jacquline Townes McGee, a Missouri state representative, including her committee memberships, birth in Haiti in 1952, and so on.
Biographical sketch of Judge James Clark, a Missouri state representative starting in 1838 and judge of Linn County, Missouri, born in 1805 in Kentucky.
Biographical sketch of James Yeager, a Jackson County judge and former Missouri state representative born in Kentucky in 1809 and coming to Jackson County, Missouri in 1837. Father of Richard Yeager, also...
Portrait and biographical sketch of John Harris, a state representative of Missouri, born in Kentucky in 1816 and prize-winning farmer in Boone County, Missouri.
Biographical sketch of John Francis Thice, or John Thice, a lawyer and former Missouri state representative with offices in the Battery Block in Independence, Missouri, born in Chicago in 1886.
Biographical sketch of Colonel John Thornton (1786-1847), a Missouri state representative and military officer (involved with the establishment of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas in 1829) of Liberty, Missouri....
Portrait and biographical sketch of Joseph McCullough, a Missouri state representative born in Tennessee in 1833 and moving to Gentryville, Missouri, in 1867 as a lawyer.
Portrait and biographical sketch of Matthew Ritchey, a Missouri state senator (starting in 1862) and Missouri state representative (starting in 1854), born in Tennessee in 1813 and moving to Newton County,...
1968 (first edition 1950)
Photo and bio of Colonel Milton Jamison Payne, or Milton Payne (1829-1900), mayor of Kansas City for six terms starting in 1855 and "[k]nown as 'The Father of Public Improvements.'" Native of Kentucky...
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