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1. Banking on Kansas City Banking on Kansas City August 31-September 6, 2007 Photographic essay of former bank buildings, showing their titles. Article also provides information on each and includes City National Bank; First National Bank; Livestock National Bank; Fidelity National...

2. Banking Shapes Pendleton's Life and Career Banking Shapes Pendleton's Life and Career December/10-16/1999 Article describing the author's experience in the banking industry.

3. Boutique Hotel to Open in a Year Boutique Hotel to Open in a Year January 15, 2011 The former Gate City National Bank building at 1111 Grand Boulevard will undergo an $11 million renovation to become the 43-room Grand Hotel. From 2000 to 2006 the building housed Club Chemical, "a nightclub...

4. Change in Roles for Veteran Banker Change in Roles for Veteran Banker January/28/1971 Photo and biographical article about John Hoffmann, changing positions after "58 years in banking" with a move from "vice-chairman of City National Bank & Trust company to assume the same title with the...

5. Deaths: Hugh M. Pinkerton Deaths: Hugh M. Pinkerton March/23/1973 Obituary for Hugh Morehead Pinkerton, or Hugh Pinkerton, "85, of 345 S. Gladstone Boulevard," a "claims attogney [sic] here" after service as "mill superintendent from 1923 to 1928 for the Long-Bell Lumber...

6. J. M. Freeland a Shot Victim J. M. Freeland a Shot Victim December/14/1957 Photo and obituary for J. Milton Freeland, "63 years old, a vice president of the City National Bank and Trust company," dying of a "self-inflicted bullet wound at the home, 5618 Mission road, Fairway,"...

7. Kempers Want Values to Last Kempers Want Values to Last April 23, 2013 Article on UMB Bank, focusing on the Kemper family's role as leaders. Previously known as Center City, City, City National, and United Missouri, UMB Bank was founded in 1913. In 1918, William T. Kemper...

8. Long-Empty Building Makes Reservation for Grand New Life Long-Empty Building Makes Reservation for Grand New Life April 9-15, 2010 The building at 1111 Grand, former Gate City National Bank building that has long been vacant, will be converted into a 42-room boutique hotel. The partnership led by managing member Jason Swords plans...

9. Louis Loschke Louis Loschke January/1/1960 Obituary for Louis Loschke, vice-president of the City National Bank and Trust Company in Kansas City, dying at the age of 63 on January 1, 1960.

10. Lumber Official Dies: Harold E. Webster Had Brokerage Firm Lumber Official Dies: Harold E. Webster Had Brokerage Firm January/27/1969 Obituary for Harold Eric Webster, or Harold Webster, "83, of 2321 West [59th Street], Mission Hills," Kansas. Native of Harrisonville, Missouri coming to Kansas City after World War I as a Long-Bell Lumber...

11. Remember Women's Firsts, Too Remember Women's Firsts, Too February 4, 2006 The author of this "As I See It" column in the Kansas City Star is Inez Y. Kaiser. Her intent in the piece is to mention African American women who were "firsts" in Kansas City. That includes herself,...

12. Scientology Center Heads Downtown Scientology Center Heads Downtown March 17, 2007 The former City National Bank Building at 1801 Grand Boulevard has been purchased by the Church of Scientology for its regional offices. The building also housed the Grand Avenue Bank. The church plans...

13. Scout Resumes Watch over City Scout Resumes Watch over City September/21/1960 Photo and description of the restored Scout Statue at Penn Valley Park, created by sculptor Cyrus Dallin.

14. Two Large Residences Sold: Omar Abernathy and W. H. Avery Bought New Homes Two Large Residences Sold: Omar Abernathy and W. H. Avery Bought New Homes June/19/1921 Illustration and article about the sale of the large stone home of Omar Abernathy, "vice-president of the Gate City National Bank and the Abernathy Furniture Company" at 1226 West 56th Street to W. H....

15. Virginia B. Stilts Raupp Virginia B. Stilts Raupp January 5, 2009 Obituary for Virginia B. Raupp, former banker with the Kansas City Federal Reserve, Traders National Bank, and City National Bank. "In 1930, as a champion swimmer and diver, she became the inspiration...