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November/5/1947 (1)
February 61948 (1)
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1. Name a School Volker: Van Horn Designation Is Changed by Board Name a School Volker: Van Horn Designation Is Changed by Board February 6, 1948 Article about the change in "name of the Van Horn school, 3715 Wyoming street" to "the William Volker school as a tribute to Kansas City's educational-minded benefactor," located "within a block of the...

2. Observe 90 Years Observe 90 Years June/25/1972 Photo and article about "the 90th anniversary of the founding of the home furnishings firm by the late William Volker [1859-1947]." Description of the 1880s period clothing and furnishing at the store...

3. This Real Estate Offers 12 Rooms Plus a Piece of History This Real Estate Offers 12 Rooms Plus a Piece of History July/10/2002 Photos of Roselawn at 3717 Bell St., the former residence of William Volker, a home-furnishing tycoon and philanthropist. Mr. Volker lived at Roselawn from 1890 until his death in 1947. Roselawn is located...

4. Welcome to Roselawn Welcome to Roselawn January 12, 2003 History of Roselawn at 3717 Bell St., once the home of William Volker. Current owner, James Wells, plans to sell the home and has enlisted the Junior Women's Symphony Alliance to develop the home as their...

5. William Volker William Volker Photos and information on William Volker (1859-1947), an industrialist and philanthropist of Kansas City and native of Germany known as "Mr. Anonymous" with residence at 3717 Bell Street.

6. William Volker Obituary William Volker Obituary November/5/1947 Obituary for William Volker (1859-1947), a window shade and home furnishings dealer and anonymous charitable activist. Native of Germany emigrating to Kansas City in 1882 with his William Volker Company...