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1. Biography of John Barber White (1847-1923), Lumber Magnate and Library Donor Biography of John Barber White (1847-1923), Lumber Magnate and Library Donor 1999

2. John Barber White at Desk John Barber White at Desk January 10, 1909 Snapshot of John Barber White seated at a table covered in papers, desk visible behind him.

3. John Barber White at Desk John Barber White at Desk January 10, 1909 Snapshot of John Barber White seated between a table covered in papers and a desk. Handwriting on back of photo says ""Sunday Morning.""

4. John Barber White Papers Finding Aid John Barber White Papers Finding Aid 1896-1929 (bulk 1901-1921) Born on December 8, 1847, successful lumberman John Barber White moved from New York to Missouri in 1879 to help organize the Missouri Lumber & Mining Company, headquartered in Kansas City. He worked nationally...

5. John Barber White Scrapbook John Barber White Scrapbook circa1900-1920s This photocopied scrapbook contains newspaper clippings that contain photos, illustrations, and information on John Barber White, a lumber magnate and environmental conservationist of early 20th century...

6. Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men 1925 Photo and bio of John Barber White, or John White (1847-1923), a lumber magnate, environmental conservationist, and library donor. Native of New York coming to Kansas City in 1892 to establish his lumber...

7. Logs Waiting to Be Processed for Lumber Logs Waiting to Be Processed for Lumber January 10, 1909 Lumberyard with logs floating in foreground waiting to be shunted into shed on left of photo and sent up a ramp into large white building in background for lumber processing. Two chimneys visible in background....

8. Stacks of Lumber Stacks of Lumber January 10, 1909 Lumberyard with view down pathway between high stacks of lumber.

9. Whose Forest Is This?: Hillfolk, Industrialists, and Government in the Ozarks Whose Forest Is This?: Hillfolk, Industrialists, and Government in the Ozarks October 1, 2006 Discussion of the efforts and controversy over conservation in the Ozarks. Mention of John B. White's company Missouri Lumber and Mining Company in Grandin and White's role as advocate of conservation,...