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1. Barnett Helzberg Barnett Helzberg 1952 Photo and bio of Barnett Helzberg, president of Helzberg's Diamond Shops, Incorporated, "born at 1818 Locust street, December 21, 1902," and growing up "in a stone and frame house at 2809 Olive" Street...

2. Biography of Barnett Helzberg Sr. (1902-1976), Businessman Biography of Barnett Helzberg Sr. (1902-1976), Businessman 1999

3. Helzberg Diamond Shops Helzberg Diamond Shops June 28, 1905 Article describes the beginnings of the Helzberg retail jewelry business. The author writes that Barnett Helzberg opened his first shop on August 18, 1920, at age 17, at 532 Minnesota Avenue, in Kansas...

4. Helzberg Uses his Experience to Add Luster to Other Entreprenuers Helzberg Uses his Experience to Add Luster to Other Entreprenuers September 28, 2007 This article is part of a series profiling "catalysts" in Kansas City's history to mark the 25th anniversary of the Kansas City Business Journal. After selling his family-owned jewelry business to Berkshire...

5. Profile: Barnett Helzberg Profile: Barnett Helzberg Summer 2010 Article on Barnett Helzberg, founder of the Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program and co-founder the University Academy along with his wife Shirley.

6. Spreading Love Around the World Spreading Love Around the World February 12, 2007 Article explains the "I Am Loved" button that the Helzberg Diamond stores have used in advertising since November 1967. The piece was first sketched by Barnett Helzberg after his future wife Shirley accepted...