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1. Coates House Background Coates House Background Spring//1966 Article about the history of the Coates Opera House with photos and biographical information about its owner, Kersey Coates.

2. Ex-Presidents of the Board of Trade Ex-Presidents of the Board of Trade February//1899 Portraits of ex-presidents of the Board of Trade, from 1869-1896, including Kersey Coates.

3. He Had the Vision He Had the Vision July//1924 Photo and biographical article about Kersey Coates (1823-1887), a Quaker and native of Pennsylvania coming to Kansas City in 1855 as a lawyer and town booster, promoting railroads and real estate development...

4. Kansas City Bricks: 1870-1900 Kansas City Bricks: 1870-1900 July-August//1986 Article about the construction boom using bricks in the 1880s, with original brick kiln at 4th and Broadway Boulevards built by Kersey Coates.

5. Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital March//1959 Mention of Kersey Coates as one of the men, along with Johnston Lykins and Theodore Case, appointed by the Chamber of Commerce in 1864 "to reorganize the Kansas City, Galveston and Lake Superior" railroad,...

6. Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital March//1959 Description of John Reid, "a lawyer, platter of Reid's Addition, and a chief negotiator with eastern investors" along with Robert Van Horn and Kersey Coates in the building of the Hannibal Bridge.

7. Kersey Coates: The Man behind Quality Hill Kersey Coates: The Man behind Quality Hill December//1991 Photo and biographical article about Colonel Kersey Coates (1823-1887) and his residential development Downtown following the Civil War called Quality Hill.

8. Men Who Helped to Make Kansas City Great (Ex-Presidents of the Board of Trade) Men Who Helped to Make Kansas City Great (Ex-Presidents of the Board of Trade) February//1899 Photo of Kersey Coates as president of the Board of Trade in 1881.

9. Old Elmwood Cemetery Special: Burial Site Resting Place of Hundreds Old Elmwood Cemetery Special: Burial Site Resting Place of Hundreds April-May-June//1982 Article about Elmwood Cemetery, a historic burial site for many of the city's pioneers.

10. Society Receives Picture of Kersey Coates Society Receives Picture of Kersey Coates February//1961 Photo and description of the "earliest known picture" of Colonel Kersey Coates, an early and prominent Kansas City realtor and promoter.