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1. A Letter from Daniel Geary A Letter from Daniel Geary September//1970 Reminiscences by Daniel Geary from 1915 about the radical changes in the topography in the Town of Kansas around 1856-1859, as its early streets were built and hills graded for settlement. Description...

2. A Letter from Daniel Geary A Letter from Daniel Geary September//1970 Mention of Franklin Conant's Dry Goods Store, "the direct predecessor to the present [1915] Emery Bird Thayer establishment," at "Delaware Street and the Levee."

3. A New Business Firm A New Business Firm December//1895 One paragraph of biography about Eugene Jaccard, "retir[ing] from active participation with the well known jewelry firm bearing his name and engag[ing] with Mr. Johnson in the insurance business at 500...

4. An Important Industrial Enterprise An Important Industrial Enterprise April 1899 Located at 600 Delaware Street, the Union Bank Note Company is managed by Franklin D. Crabbs. Their work includes modern and model lithographing, printing, blank books, and bank and mercantile stationery....

5. Down by the River Down by the River August 2001 Photos, map, and article about the resurgence (especially since urban renewal in the 1990s centering around the City Market and Delaware Street) of the River Market, the site of the original Town of Kansas...

6. Early Kansas City Architects: Arthur J. Kelly Early Kansas City Architects: Arthur J. Kelly December-January//1980 Photos and biographical article about Arthur Kelly, a local architect designing the Stock Exchange Building and 502 Delaware Street.

7. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Mention of Reverend R. S. Symington as the pastor of "the first Presbyterian church in Kansas City" held in 1857 in the parlor of the home of W. G. Barkley at the southeast corner of 3rd Street and Delaware...

8. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Description of the occupation by William Gillis and his niece, Mrs. Mary Troost, "at the northeast corner of Fourth and Locust Streets" in 1869, previously occupied by "Mr. Wheatley of Hubbell, Wheatley...

9. Fashionable Pearl Street Fashionable Pearl Street October/3/1921 Description of D. V. Whiting, resident of the "Otero house" at the northwest corner of 5th and Locust Streets, engaged "in the forwarding and commission business at the southwest corner of Delaware Street...

10. Gone but Not Forgotten: O. C. McWilliams, Pioneer Kansas City Banker Dies Gone but Not Forgotten: O. C. McWilliams, Pioneer Kansas City Banker Dies Winter 1995 Portrait and biographical article about Oliver McWilliams, or O. C. McWilliams (1827-1894), a pioneer banker of Kansas City. Description of his life and career as a native of Kentucky coming to Kansas...

11. HKCF Purchases the Ebenezer Building HKCF Purchases the Ebenezer Building November-December//1984 History of the Ebenezer Building at 309-313 Delaware Street, beginning in 1890, the new headquarters of the Historic Kansas City Foundation.

12. John Francisco Richards John Francisco Richards December 1923 Description of the early history of the Richards & Conover Hardware Company, established in Leavenworth before the Civil War and in Kansas City by 1875 at 424 Delaware Street. Company founded by John Francisco...

13. John Francisco Richards John Francisco Richards December 1923 Mention of "the store of D. A. McKnight," bought by the hardware store of J. F. Richards & Company in 1875 and moving to 424 Delaware Street.

14. Journalism in Kansas City Journalism in Kansas City February//1899 Photos and bios of John Hazleton, city editor of the Kansas City Times, and Arthur Hopkins, a manager of a Kansas City newspaper (name of paper cut off from view on page). On the same page a photo of the...

15. Life at the Bottom Life at the Bottom September//1973 Article about Skid Row, once known as a "definite geographical neighborhood," between 6th Street, Grand Avenue, Delaware Street, and the Missouri River, along with its lower class people.

16. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922

17. Looking Backward Looking Backward December 1922 Recollections about streets on the "levee," in about 1858, including the following: Grand Avenue (then called Market Street), Delaware Street, 12th Street, Walnut Street, Southwest Boulevard (then called...

18. Remembering Delaware Street Remembering Delaware Street May//1962 Photo and caption about the "Paxton House" at 614 North Delaware Street in Independence, built by lawyer John Paxton and designed by architect Adriance Van Brunt.

19. Remembering Delaware Street Remembering Delaware Street May//1962 Photo and caption about architect Sanford White, designer of the Frank Jennings residence at 510 North Delaware Street in Independence, built in 1885 and "once known as the Sawyer house."

20. Remembering Delaware Street Remembering Delaware Street May//1962 Description of McCaulley Park in the first article in a series of reminiscences about Delaware Street in Independence, Missouri.