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1. Corinthian Hall Corinthian Hall 2008 Description and history of the Robert Alexander Long house, Corinthian Hall, in Kansas City at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. Built in 1909-1920 and designed by Henry F. Hoit, the house became the Kansas City...

2. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biographical information about Robert Alexander Long, or R. A. Long (1850-1934), "Missouri's most famous lumber entrepreneur" and owner of "the nation's largest lumber produc[ing]" company in 1920, with...

3. From Tree to Trade From Tree to Trade 1920 Booklet on the history and operations of the Long-Bell Lumber Company with photos and a portrait of its founder R. A. Long, or Robert Long, on the second-to-last page.

4. Globe Surety Company List of Directors Globe Surety Company List of Directors September 1912 List of directors of the Globe Surety Company published in 1912.

5. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Book contains a photo and caption of the R.A. Long home later the Kansas City Museum located at 3218 Gladstone Blvd.

6. Kansas City. ..The Way We Were Kansas City. ..The Way We Were //1981 Photos of the estate at Longview Farm in Lee's Summit, Missouri, owned by lumber magnate Robert A. Long and made famous largely by his daughter, Loula Long Combs, "a horsewoman of national renown."

7. Longview Farm Longview Farm 2008 Description and history of the Robert Alexander Long house designed by Henry F. Hoit on Long's farm in Lee's Summit. George Kessler was the landscape architect. It was built between 1913 and 1916. Includes...

8. Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture Missouri's Contribution to American Architecture 1928 Photo of the R. A. Long residence, completed in 1910.

9. Missouri: Special Limited Supplement Missouri: Special Limited Supplement 1930 Photo and bio of Robert Alexander Long, or Robert Long, "chairman of the Board of Directors of [t]he Long-Bell Lumber Company of Kansas City," born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1873,...

10. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Contains a photo of "R. A. Long's residence, 3218 Gladstone Boulevard."

11. R. A. Long Residence R. A. Long Residence September 1912 Photos of the interior and exterior of the R. A. Long, or Robert Long residence, also known as Corinthian Hall or the former Kansas City Museum, designed by architect Henry Hoit.

12. Robert A. Long Robert A. Long 1912 Biographical sketch of Robert Long, "[d]istinguished citizen, capitalist and philanthropist and the largest lumberman in the Southwest," born in Kentucky in 1850 and establishing his lumber company in...

13. Robert A. Long Robert A. Long 1912 Photo and bio of Robert Long, "president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company," born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in the late 1800s and building "the R. A. Long Building, the first steel skeleton...

14. Robert A. Long Robert A. Long March 20, 1905 Biographical sketch of Robert Alexander Long, or Robert Long, a lumberman born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City about 1873, becoming founder and president of the Lon-Bell Lumber Company with...

15. Robert Long Robert Long 1924 Photo and bio of Robert Long, "founder of the Long-Bell Lumber Company," born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1873 as a butcher before entering the lumber industry, with residence at 3218...

16. Robert Long Robert Long 1908 Biographical article about Robert Long, founder and president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1873, with his R. A. Long Building under construction...

17. Robert Long Robert Long 1929 Photos of Robert Alexander Long, or Robert Long, and his mansion called Corinthian Hall at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. Biographical sketch of his life and career, born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas...

18. Robert Long Robert Long 1925 Photo and bio of Robert Long, "the southwest's greatest business executive and Kansas City's richest citizen" as president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company, born in Kentucky in 1850.

19. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 History of the R. A. Long residence at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, later the Kansas City Museum.

20. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Description of the architecture of the museum, originally the residence of R. A. Long, and the career of its architect, E. M. Price.