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1. Henry Jobe Henry Jobe Bio of Henry Jobe (1810-1849), a native of Pennsylvania coming to Kansas City as a farmer after buying land from Abraham Fonda in 1846, keeping a large library and thoroughbred stables and buried in Kansas...

2. Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources Jackson County, Missouri: Its Opportunities and Resources 1926 Section of the book about Longview Farm, the Lee's Summit estate of lumberman R. A. Long and his daughter Loula Long Combs's famous stables for horses and other prize-winning livestock, with photos of...

3. Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City Pen and Sunlight Sketches of Greater Kansas City //1911, ca. Photo and description of the livery stables of J. A. Robinson at 1205 Charlotte Street (pictured), 3929 Main Street, and 1401 Pennsylvania Street, owned and operated by the native of Tennessee.

4. Results of County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri Results of County Planning: Jackson County, Missouri 1932 Photos of "[s]cenes from the famed Longview Farm, on Longview Road, west of Lees [sic] Summit," and of a "bridal path" for the horses of Loula Long Combs's stables there.

5. Second Century for Transit System Second Century for Transit System March 27, 1969 [T]hese streamlined trolleys that were introduced in 1941. The last run by one of the cars was made on June 22, 1957, at the time they were replaced by busses. Chronology: (March 27, 1869) franchise for...

6. The Last Cowboy The Last Cowboy June/15/1980 Article about the large "undeveloped" tract of land surrounded by shopping centers in South Kansas City, used at least until 1980 as a riding stables.

7. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Biographical sketch of Joel Thomas, owner of the Great Western stables. Born in Kentucky in 1831 and moving to Lawrence, Kansas in 1856 as a freighter and livery stable keeper before coming to Kansas City...

8. Woolford Ranch, Burial Place of Derby Winner, Vanishing. .. Woolford Ranch, Burial Place of Derby Winner, Vanishing. .. June/3/1977 File containing an article with photos, illustrations, and description of Herbert Woolf (1884-1960), president of the Woolf Brothers Company of clothing stores in Kansas City, and owner since 1925 "of...