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1. Jaccard Jewelry Company Jaccard Jewelry Company Folder contains information on the Jaccard Jewelry Company, or the House of Jaccard's jewelry stores in Kansas City, established here in 1888 by the Jaccard family of Switzerland and St. Louis.

2. Jaccard's Jewelry Store Jaccard's Jewelry Store Postcard of Jaccard's Jewelry Store

3. Jaccard's Jewelry Store Jaccard's Jewelry Store Partial frontal view with group of unidentified men in front of store; located at 815 Main.

4. Jaccard's Jewelry Store Jaccard's Jewelry Store Photograph of drawing of building showing sign that reads "L. Jaccard, Watchmaker, 36 Main St."

5. Jaccard's Jewelry Store Jaccard's Jewelry Store Postcard of Jaccard's Jewelry Store

6. Jaccard's Jaccard's 1888 Folder contains an invitation with envelope to the opening of the first Jaccard Watch and Jewelry Co. store in Kansas City, Missouri, located at 815 Main, the invitation dated Sept. 10th, 1888. Folder...

7. Jaccard's Jewelry Store Jaccard's Jewelry Store 1890 Interior view; located at 315 Main.

8. Jaccard Jewelry Company Ruins Jaccard Jewelry Company Ruins 1893 View of the ruins at the rear of the Jaccard Jewelry Company building after a fire. Photograph is dated January 13, 1893

9. Jaccard Jewelry Store Jaccard Jewelry Store 1896 Photo of the front of the jewelry store at 1034 Main Street.

10. Jaccard's Jewelry Store Jaccard's Jewelry Store 1898-1899 Photo of the jewelry store's interior "said to be the most richly furnished salesroom in the West."

11. Jaccard Jewelry Stores Jaccard Jewelry Stores April 12, 1905 Article about the jewelry manufacturing business's operations.

12. Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 12 with Unrelated Cards Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 12 with Unrelated Cards ca. 1880-1900 Scrapbook page containing nine advertising cards arranged in two columns showing the following:
1. Three women at a table looking on as a man reads to them.
2. A man on a horse roping a bull. Card...

13. Jaccard's Kansas City Jaccard's Kansas City ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Jaccard's showing a portrait of Millard Filmore. One of two cards with similar design and portrait of a former president. Front of card gives his dates of birth, death, and presidency...

14. Jaccard's Kansas City Jaccard's Kansas City ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Jaccard's showing a portrait of Thomas Jefferson. One of two cards with similar design and portrait of a former president. Front of card gives dates of his birth, death, and presidency...

15. J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. J. W. Jenkins' Sons Music Co. circa 1920s Full frontal and partial side view of the J. W. Jenkins Sons' Music Co. located at 1013-15 Walnut. Shows also American Optical Company and Devoe Paint and Varnish Products, as well as the Jaccard Jewelry...

16. Jaccard Jewelry Store Jaccard Jewelry Store March 4, 1905 Photo of the interior of the store at 315 Main Street.

17. Jaccard Jewelry Advertisement Jaccard Jewelry Advertisement March 7, 1905 Ad for the jewelry company at 1034 Main Street with an illustration of the "official Souvenir Spoon of Kansas City, Missouri."

18. High Grade Stationary High Grade Stationary October 1899 The Jaccard Company has produced artistic invitations from their stationary department through their steel embossing procedures. During the month of September, the company produced over 12,000 various...

19. 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.