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George B Peck Dry Good... (4)
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1. Andrew Young Andrew Young 1924 Photo and bio of Andrew Young, vice-president of "the mammoth business of Montgomery Ward & Company" in Kansas City. Born in Scotland in 1871 and raised in Chicago before coming to Kansas City in 1904...

2. David Orrison David Orrison 1878 Biographical sketch of David Orrison, "a member of the furniture house of Abernathy, North & Orrison" in Kansas City. Native of Ohio starting out as a dry goods salesman in Iowa before moving to Leavenworth,...

3. Frederick Heath Frederick Heath 1925 Photo and bio of Frederick Barber Heath, or Frederick Heath, president and treasurer of the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company, born in New York in 1863 and coming to Kansas City in 1889 as a stockholder...

4. George B. Peck Dry Goods George B. Peck Dry Goods 1905 Photo of the Peck Dry Goods store building.

5. George Peck George Peck 1908 Photo and bio of George Peck (1863-1906), co-founder of the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company and a native of Detroit.

6. George Peck George Peck 1908 Photo and bio of George Peck (1863-1906), president of the dry goods or department store, the George B. Peck Company. Native of Detroit coming to Kansas City in 1889 as a partner of John Doggett as organizers...

7. George Shelley George Shelley 1968 (first edition 1950) Photo and bio of George Shelley (1849-1927), mayor of Kansas City in 1878-1879. Native of Kentucky coming to Kansas City about 1868 as a wholesale dry goods merchant at 306 Delaware Street before becoming...

8. Swofford Brothers Dry Goods Swofford Brothers Dry Goods 1905 Ad with illustration for the Swofford Brothers Department Store and building at "Broadway, Eighth and May Streets."