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1. A KC Gem A KC Gem September 5, 2010 Interview, with photographs, of Harold Tivol, owner of Tivol jewelry stores. Tivol, who sold the company to his daughter, Cathy, continues as chairman of the board. Tivol discusses his family, his own...

2. Benjamin Stiffelman Obituary Benjamin Stiffelman Obituary January/3/1966 Obituary for Benjamin Stiffelman, founder and owner of B. Stiffelman & Son Wholesale Jewelers, dying at the age of 82 in 1966.

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

4. Biography of Louis Oppenstein (1875-1938), Jeweler Biography of Louis Oppenstein (1875-1938), Jeweler 1999

5. Jacob Mnookin Jacob Mnookin September/10/1962 Obituary for Jacob Mnookin, a founder of Diamant's jewelers in Kansas City, dying at the age of 74 on September 10, 1962.

6. Jewelers Move South with Other Retailers, Customers Jewelers Move South with Other Retailers, Customers December/10-16/1999 Retrospective article detailing the history of the jewelry business in Kansas City.

7. Joe Montanari's Fine Art of Jewelry Joe Montanari's Fine Art of Jewelry February 1, 2007 Joe Montanari and his employees make fine custom jewelry in the Montanari workshops at 48th and Belleview.

8. Louis Meyer Louis Meyer October 1, 1901 Feature biographical article, with photographic portrait, about Louis Meyer, president of the Meyer Jewelry Company in Kansas City. Meyer was born in Washington, D.C., in 1859 and "entered the jewelry...

9. Manufacturers and Jobbers, Brief Sketches of the Leading Houses in the Kansas City Trade Manufacturers and Jobbers, Brief Sketches of the Leading Houses in the Kansas City Trade May 1, 1901 This article gives a paragraph of information about the leading jewelers and optical companies in Kansas City in 1901. Those companies listed include: Merry Optical Company, Meyer Jewelry Company, Woodstock,...

10. Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work 1912 Photo and bio of Louis Oppenstein, "one of the firm of Oppenstein Brothers, jewelers, and a member of the upper house of the city council." Born in Chicago in 1874 and coming to Kansas City in 1902 as...

11. Original Diamond Jewelry Original Diamond Jewelry September 1899 The article describes the “costly and handsome products made in Kansas City” by Jaccard’s Jewelry store. An illustration of a popular heart locket the store has created accompanies the article.

12. Our President's Biography Our President's Biography Summer//1998 Biographical article about Joe Montanari, "the 1998 elected president of the Westport Historical Society" and "the president of Montanari Fine Art Jewelers" established on Westport Road about 1973 and...

13. Our Travelers Our Travelers October 1, 1901 Brief biographical article about Edgar Harris Snow, or Edgar Snow, "one of the most successful jewelry traveling salesmen out of Kansas City," representing Woodstock, Hoefer & Company, wholesale jewelers....

14. Samuel Everett Woodstock Samuel Everett Woodstock June 1, 1901 Feature article which gives a portrait and biographical sketch of Samuel Woodstock of the firm of Woodstock, Hoefer & Co. of Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Woodstock is a wholesale jeweler who was born in...

15. Tivol Marks Century Milestone Tivol Marks Century Milestone January 1, 2010 Article profiles Tivol jewelers of Kansas City, a company celebrating its 100th-year anniversary. The business was founded in 1910 by Jewish immigrant Charles Tivol. It is currently headed by CEO Cathy...