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1. 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."

2. 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 "H. E. Thompson, dealer in broom corn and broom manufacturer's supplies, no. 1302 Union Avenue," with illustration of a broom making machine.

3. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of James Lewis Lombard, or James Lombard, "president of the Corn Belt Bank" since 1905, born in Illinois in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1885 as president of his own bank, with...

4. M. Lyon and Company M. Lyon and Company May 1886 [D]ealers in hides, wool, furs, tallow broom corn, feathers, beeswax, etc., 102 West Third Street.

5. Robert Turner Farm Robert Turner Farm 1877 Illustration or "view of farm and warehouse of Robert Turner, farmer and broom corn grower" of Independence, Missouri.

6. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Photo and bio of Mercileus Brown, born in Virginia in 1825, moving to Missouri in 1854 and becoming an inventor. He made a living after the war from manufacturing his patented "convertible stand and secretary,"...