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1. A. N. Sadler A. N. Sadler February 10, 1890 Illustration and ad for A. N. Sadler, "the retiring clothier" at Missouri Avenue and Main Street.

2. Current Biography Yearbook Current Biography Yearbook 1957 Photo and bio of Louis Samuel Rothschild, or Louis Rothschild, "Under Secretary of Commerce" of the federal government with offices and residences in Kansas City and Washington, D. C. Born in Leavenworth,...

3. G. A. Houghton & Co. G. A. Houghton & Co. 1879 Description of business at the corner of 4th and Main streets carrying American clothing. His business "should be understood that this is the only American CLothing House in the city."

4. Gruber, The Haberdasher Gruber, The Haberdasher May 1886 The largest assortment of neckwear in the West. Shirts and underwear made to order, 538 Main Street.

5. Jack Henry: 75 Years as Kansas City's Outfitters to Gentlemen Jack Henry: 75 Years as Kansas City's Outfitters to Gentlemen 2006 This book details the history of Jack Henry and the Jack Henry Clothing Store with its slogan "Outfitters to Gentlemen." According to the book, "In 1931 Jack Henry opened a very small shop--offering only...

6. 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 business of "Van Orden Shoulder and Skirt Supporting Corsets, Chas. Pringle & Co., general agents for Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Dakota, Louisiana,...

7. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Merchant tailor, nos. 110 and 112 West Fifth Street.

8. 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 business dealing in "hats, caps, gloves, canes, and umbrellas, 608 Main Street."

9. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Entry for "H. Swindler, merchant tailor, no. 11 West Sixth Street," with description of the business "established as far back as 1857."

10. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May 1886 Manufacturers wholesale selling agents, boots, shoes and rubbers, No. 315 Delaware Street. ..the first to establish themselves here in this line.

11. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Military and merchant tailor, no. 206 West Fifth street.

12. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 The French Ostrich Feather Dyer, cleaning and curling, at the Kansas City Times building.

13. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Practical tailors, No. 13 East Missouri Avenue.

14. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Clothing company at 6th and Main Streets.

15. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Hat and glove store at 554 Main Street, established in 1879.

16. Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men 1925 Photo and bio of Herbert Morris Woolf, or Herbert Woolf, "President of the firm of Woolf Brothers, Inc.," clothiers of Kansas City. Born in Kansas City in 1880 and taking over his father's clothing store...

17. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Full page ad and illustrations of growth from 1887 to 1902 and brief history of the company at 12th and Main Streets.

18. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photos and bio of Rose Shklar Mindlin Jacobson, or Rose Jacobson (~1877-1951), founder "of one of Kansas City's leading women's clothing stores, Mindlin's." Description of her life and career as a native...

19. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of Montgomery Dayton Stevenson, or Montgomery Stevenson, "outfitter to men" at "No. 1003 Walnut street and also at No. 105 East [10th Street]." Born in Saline County, Missouri in 1870...

20. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of William Walton (1823-1901), a cabinet-maker of Iowa leaving his widow (residing at 2632 East 29th Street) and grown children (including Billie Walton, proprietor of a clothing store...