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1. Chasing Robyn Chasing Robyn August 2004 Colored photos and article about Kansas City silversmith/artist Robyn Nichols and her work. Nichols sells her jewelry at the Plaza Art Fair and has a gallery, The Pearl, in the Crossroads Arts Distrct....

2. The Underwood Company The Underwood Company December 1, 1901 Photo and description about the Underwood Company, on East 11th Street, and its extravagant window decorations of flowers during the Flower Show at Convention Hall.

3. A Charmed Life: Kansas City Ballerina Makes the Leap from Dancing to Jewelry Design A Charmed Life: Kansas City Ballerina Makes the Leap from Dancing to Jewelry Design December 1, 2004 Lauren Wright, a former professional ballerina with the Kansas City Ballet, now designs her own jewlery. She sells her work at art shows, Perfect Scents in Kansas City, and through her web site.

4. Shirley & Barnett Helzberg: The Kansas Citians of the Year Shirley & Barnett Helzberg: The Kansas Citians of the Year December 2001 Photo and biographical article about Shirley Helzberg and her husband Barnett Helzberg, Jr. (both Kansas City area natives), owners of Helzberg Diamonds (established by Barnett's grandfather Morris Helzberg...

5. 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...

6. Eastern Beads, Western Applications Eastern Beads, Western Applications Fal 2013 Article on the uses and meanings of wampum among Native American tribes of the Great Plains. Beginning with the wampum traditions of the northeast, the author traces the spread of wampum westward. He argues...

7. Robyn Nichols' 25 Years of Precious Metals Robyn Nichols' 25 Years of Precious Metals February 1, 2005 Metalsmith and jewelry maker Robyn Nichols "uses traditional Asian and botanical symbolism as references in her work". She has just mounted her 22nd annual show at her gallery, The Pearl, in the Crossroads...

8. 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.

9. Wholesale Jewelry Trade Wholesale Jewelry Trade January 1900 Article describing the wholesale and manufacturing jewelers of Kansas City and the increase in volume of their business during 1899. Individual reviews of each business is included in the article.

10. George H. Edwards George H. Edwards July 1, 1901 Feature article on George H. Edwards, secretary and manager of the Edwards & Sloane Jewelry Company in Kansas City. Later mayor of Kansas City in 1916-17. Mr. Edwards was born on May 25, 1860 [and died...

11. 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...

12. 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...

13. Emerging from Father's Shadow: Schottenheimer, Stowers, Tivol, Rose, McCallister Emerging from Father's Shadow: Schottenheimer, Stowers, Tivol, Rose, McCallister June//1995 Biographical description of Tom Tivol, "president of Tivol Jewels since the mid-1980s" and his father Harold Tivol and his grandfather Charles Tivol, founder of the company in 1910.

14. 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,...

15. The Armour Trophy for the Best Short Horn Bull at the Kansas City Cattle Show The Armour Trophy for the Best Short Horn Bull at the Kansas City Cattle Show November 1, 1901 Photo of the "Armour Trophy for the Best Short Horn Bull at the Kansas City Cattle Show." On the surface of the trophy is a depiction of the "Plant of Armour Packing Co., Kansas City, U.S.A.," with the...

16. Our Travelers Our Travelers November 1, 1901 Brief biographical article, with photographic portrait, about Noble Fuller, a traveling jewelry salesman "representing Edwards & Sloane Jewelry Company, Kansas City." Fuller was born in about 1872 in Illinois...

17. 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...

18. The Sorrentino Medal The Sorrentino Medal October 1, 1901 While Eugenio Sorrentino and the Banda Rossa were playing in Kansas City, they were given a special medal which was designed and made by the Jaccard Jewelry Company. Mr. Sorrentino wrote a march called...

19. Obituary: Death of Frank Triplett Obituary: Death of Frank Triplett October 1, 1901 Obituary for Frank Triplett, "the popular Kansas City jewelry auctioneer," with photographic portrait. Triplett was born in Kentucky in 1850 and became editor of the Journal of Agriculture in Saint Louis...

20. 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....