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1. 'Globe-Trotting' Refrigerators Are Made in K. C. 'Globe-Trotting' Refrigerators Are Made in K. C. 1950 Entry for Viking Refrigerators, Incorporated, with the history of the company founded in 1904 by Walter S. Dickey, who also "manufactured miles of clay pipe for the town's water and sewer system and was...

2. A. D. Lowe Machine Company A. D. Lowe Machine Company 1911, ca. Photos and text about the company at 18th and Highland Avenues, in the business of general machinery repair.

3. Benson Manufacturing Co. Blazing New Trails in Production Fields Benson Manufacturing Co. Blazing New Trails in Production Fields 1950 Founded by John A. Benson in 1907. First a building interior business, later an aircraft manufacturer.

4. C. F. Downey Box Company C. F. Downey Box Company 1950 Description of the C. F. Downey Box Manufacturing company originally at 3rd and Broadway Boulevards in 1880, moving to 1401 Iron Street in North Kansas City in 1919.

5. Dickey Clay Products Contribute to the Health, Happiness and Safety of the Community Dickey Clay Products Contribute to the Health, Happiness and Safety of the Community 1950 History of the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company, responsible for hundreds of miles of "vitrified glazed clay sewer pipe" underlying Kansas City, founded in 1885.

6. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 History describing the development of the manufacturing industry in Kansas City to 1901.

7. Great Industrial Progress Great Industrial Progress November/16/1915 Report on the condition of various sectors of the city's economy, especially new industrial businesses and city transportation.

8. Great Industrial Progress Shown by the Report of the Industrial Commissioner Great Industrial Progress Shown by the Report of the Industrial Commissioner October/31/1916 Review of new businesses and industries and conventions.

9. Hiram Hunt City Directory Entry Hiram Hunt City Directory Entry 1891 Listing of Hiram Hunt, or H. B. Hunt (formerly of Cleveland), as a resident of 1800 Summit Street and owner of a tin can factory at 1210 West 9th Street in the West Bottoms, managed by Albert Hunt.

10. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photo of the Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company at 1104-1106 Walnut Street.

11. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Importance and Progress Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Importance and Progress May//1886 Illustration and description of the agricultural implement business at 10th and Hickory Streets.

12. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Soap company at 1316-1318 West 8th Street, listing assortment of soap varieties.

13. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Description of Phillip Doppler & Company, manufacturers of paper boxes at 6-8 East 3rd Street.

14. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Description with illustration of the "E. C. Condit & Co. proprietors, heating and ventilating engineers and manufacturers of furnaces, registers, etc.. ..office and warerooms, 407 West Sixth Street."

15. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Description of the company producing "sash, doors, blinds, etc., linside blinds and fine front doors, mouldings, window glass etc., 1416 Walnut Street."

16. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Description with illustration of the "manufacturers and jobbers of 'The Reliance' self-binding harvesters, and celebrated sandwich corn shellers, State Street and St. Louis Avenue."

17. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Entry describing the Flint & Walling windmill manufacturing business at 1404 West 11th Street.

18. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Entry describing the business of N. M. Freling, "[m]anufacturer of trunks, valises, traveling bags and satchels, 606 and 608 Delaware Street."

19. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Manufacturer of and wholesale dealer in piece tin and japanned ware, sheet iron, copper and brass goods and cans of every description, 1303, 1305, and 1307 St. Louis Avenue.

20. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Illustration and description of the wagon manufacturing business at 211-215 Main Street.