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1. 200 Mothers and Babies of the Hot City to Be Guests at R. A. Long's Million-Dollar Farm 200 Mothers and Babies of the Hot City to Be Guests at R. A. Long's Million-Dollar Farm May/10/1914 Article with several illustrations and descriptions of the buildings and grounds under construction in a project "to combine philanthropy with farming," including a water tower and workers' cottages, a...

2. A Postcard from Old Kansas City A Postcard from Old Kansas City December/14/1968 Photo and text about the postcard and the R.A. Long mansion.

3. A Small City Whose Growth Is Aided and Controlled by a Plan A Small City Whose Growth Is Aided and Controlled by a Plan August//1926 Photos and article about the town of Longview, Washington, organized and funded by Robert Long, or R. A. Long, of Kansas City, president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company (involved in the lumber industry...

4. A Wilderness in 1922, a Modern City Last Year, Longview, Wash., Celebrates Its First Anniversary A Wilderness in 1922, a Modern City Last Year, Longview, Wash., Celebrates Its First Anniversary July/31/1924 Photos and caption about the first anniversary of the town of Longview, Washington, planned and built by Kansas Citian R. A. Long's Long-Bell Lumber Company and other associated Kansas Citians.

5. Apartment With History Apartment With History January 21, 2004 Listed in the "Feature Home" section of the newspaper. Property is listed at 211 N. Indiana Avenue and was formerly the Robert A. Long family garage. The architecture follows that of his Longview properties....

6. Biography of Robert A. Long (1850-1934), Lumberman Biography of Robert A. Long (1850-1934), Lumberman 2008

7. 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...

8. Corinthian Hall Interior Corinthian Hall Interior Southwest corner of French Salon in R.A. Long Residence (Corinthian Hall), 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. Long was a civic leader and co-founder of Long-Bell Lumber Co.

9. Corinthian Hall Interior Corinthian Hall Interior Interior view of the library of the R.A. Long Residence (Corinthian Hall), 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. Long was a civic leader and co-founder of Long-Bell Lumber Co.

10. Corinthian Hall Interior Corinthian Hall Interior View of mantel in the French Salon of the R.A. Long Residence (Corinthian Hall), at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. Long was a civic leader and co-founder of the Long-Bell Lumber Co.

11. Cowtown Chronicles: The Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month--Armistice Cowtown Chronicles: The Eleventh Hour of the Eleventh Day of the Eleventh Month--Armistice November 2000 Photo, illustration, and history of the Liberty Memorial, dedicated in 1921 as a World War I monument across from Union Station on the former "ugly old Vinegar Hill, shanty-clad, dirty and with many of...

12. 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...

13. Family's Life Revolved Around Longview Farm Family's Life Revolved Around Longview Farm Winter 2011-2012 Article on the life and recollections of Anna Scherer. R. A. Long offered to buy the Scherer family farm in Jackson County in 1912, but Anna's father refused to sell. Instead, R. A. Long bought the land...

14. 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.

15. 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.

16. 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.

17. House from the Southeast House from the Southeast 8-May-34 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Residence of R. A Long, Co-Founder, Long-Bell Lumber Co.

18. House from the Southwest House from the Southwest 7-May-34 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Residence of R. A Long, Co-Founder, Long-Bell Lumber Co.

19. Independence Boulevard Christian Church Men's Bible Class Independence Boulevard Christian Church Men's Bible Class 1925 The folder contains the Oct. 22, 1925, v.1#19 issue of the "Northeast Broadcaster, Station N.M.B.C.", published by the Northeast Men's Bible Class of the Independence Boulevard Christian Church. The vertical...

20. Invited By the Long Family Invited By the Long Family May/29/2002 A new exhibit entitled "An American Palace on Gladstone" is now open until the end of the year at the Kansas City Museum. It features in first-person accounts, the house and lifestyle of the Long Family....