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1. Obituary for Charles S. Craven Obituary for Charles S. Craven April 22, 1955 Obituary for Charles S. Craven, a diamond merchant in Kansas City for 47 years, dying at the age of 85.

2. Deaths: Merrill S. Postma Deaths: Merrill S. Postma April/30/1966 Obituary for Merrill Postma, "59, president-elect of the board of the Ozanam Home for Boys," with residence at 4324 Belleview Avenue. Born in Wathena, Kansas and coming to Kansas City about 1916 before...

3. A Case as Cold as Ice A Case as Cold as Ice August 31, 2013 Article covers the inactive investigation of the Vinca Jewelry heist on September 6, 2010. Simon Zouein, the owner of the shop, is interviewed and expresses his dissatisfaction with the Kansas City Police...

4. Albert Wintermote Albert Wintermote August/21/1952 Obituary for Albert Ralls Wintermote, or Albert Wintermote, vice-president of Jaccards Jewelry stores, dying in 1952.

5. 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.

6. Obituary for Thomas Craig Obituary for Thomas Craig February 9, 1960 Obituary for Thomas Craig, owner of a jewelry store for 35 years.

7. 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...

8. Silver & Gold: Her Art Reflects the Stuff Robyn Nichols is Made Of Silver & Gold: Her Art Reflects the Stuff Robyn Nichols is Made Of January 15, 2006 Feature article on local artist Robyn Nichols who does her art with silver and gold metals, specializing in jewelry. "Her disigns are in national museums, in the homes of Kansas City personalities and...

9. 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.

10. Business that began in Basement is Being Sold for $650 Million Business that began in Basement is Being Sold for $650 Million July 13, 2010 Article about how Bonnie Kelly and Teresa Walsh built a home-based business, Silpada Designs which sells silver jewelry through home parties, into an enterprise with $230 million a year in revenues. Avon...

11. Thornton Jason Manry Thornton Jason Manry July/20/1972 Obituary for Thornton Jason Manry, or Thornton Manry, retired owner of the Green Jewelry Company and a former vice-president and director of the Starlight Theater Association, dying at the age of 75 on...

12. Repp Heiress's Jewels Taken Repp Heiress's Jewels Taken July/29/1968 Biographical article about "Mrs. Winifrede Repp Railey [or Winifrede Railey] of Kansas City, staying at the Royal hotel" in Copenhagen, Denmark as "the victim Saturday of what is reported to be Denmark's...

13. Deaths: Jaccard Rites Deaths: Jaccard Rites June/19/1975 Photo and obituary for Walter Jaccard, "84, of 4545 Wornall, honorary board chairman of the Jaccard Jewelry Company" and president since 1956 of the company founded by his uncles in 1888.

14. Allen J. Swanson Dies: He Was a Sportsman though an Invalid Allen J. Swanson Dies: He Was a Sportsman though an Invalid June/30/1969 Photo and obituary for Allen Swanson, or Swede Swanson, "59 years old, who became a well-known sportsman ["trapshooter"] in Greater Kansas City even though he was confined to a wheel chair most of his...

15. Tiffany Heads Back to Plaza Tiffany Heads Back to Plaza March 13, 2004 After a 20-year absence, Tiffany and Company, the New York jewelry retailer, designer, manufacturer, and distributor founded in 1837, returns to the Country Club Plaza. It will locate in the northeast...

16. The '60s Turn 50 The '60s Turn 50 May 16,2010 Pictures and review of downtown buildings built in the 1960s including the headquarters for the Kansas City School District at 12th and McGee (also former home the Kansas City Public Library from 1960-2004);...

17. The New 10-Story Hotel for Twelfth and McGee Streets The New 10-Story Hotel for Twelfth and McGee Streets May/30/1912 Illustration and caption about the new 10-story Mercer Hotel at 12th and McGee Streets in 1912, "erected by J. R. Mercer of the Mercer Jewelry Company" and designed by architects "Kurfiss & Michaelis."...

18. CEO Was Devoted to Giving CEO Was Devoted to Giving November 2, 2004 Obituary article about Jeffrey W. Comment, chairman and chief executive officer of Helzberg Diamonds. He died October 30, 2004. Comment joined Helzberg Diamonds as president in 1988 and ''put in the infrastructure...

19. Jewelry Takes Its Shape from Salvage Metals Jewelry Takes Its Shape from Salvage Metals November/18/1973 Photo and biographical article about William Philyaw III, a 28-year-old "artist-sculptor-designer" of metal jewelry after graduating from the Kansas City Art Institute.

20. The Pop-Up Trail The Pop-Up Trail October 25-31, 2012 Article describes the trend of pop-up stores in Kansas City. The story of Jessica Rogers, a pop-up clothing and jewelry retailer, is highlighted. Rogers describes the negative reaction to pop-up retailers...