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161. Gone but Not Forgotten: James J. Squier, Prominent Kansas City Capitalist-Banker Gone but Not Forgotten: James J. Squier, Prominent Kansas City Capitalist-Banker Summer 1995 Portrait and biographical article about James Jordon Squier, or James Squier (1836-1900), a banker, livestock dealer, and real estate investor of Kansas City. Native of Virginia coming to Kansas City in...

162. Grand Once Again Grand Once Again December 2011-January 2012 The six-story building at 1111 Grand opened in 1920 as the Gate City National Bank. In May 2012 it will open as the Ambassador Hotel, a 43-room boutique hotel, part of the Coury Collection of independent...

163. Great Bank to Have behind You. ..First National Bank of Kansas City Great Bank to Have behind You. ..First National Bank of Kansas City November/25/1967 Full page illustration of the First National Bank building at 10th and Baltimore Avenues, proposed in 2000 as the new location for the Main Branch Library of the Kansas City Public Library.

164. Greater Kansas City Greater Kansas City 1950 Road map of Kansas City and surrounding counties including Platte and Clay counties in Missouri, Wyandotte and Johnson counties in Kansas. Accompanied by a separate booklet which lists and indexes streets,...

165. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 1905 Earliest banks in the city described. First supposedly in 1856 by Coates & Hood.

166. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book, 1904-05 1905 Description of the economic calamities caused by the Panic of 1873, when money "needed to move the crops" from the East to the West was suspended.

167. Groundbreaking Businesswoman Dies at Age 79 Groundbreaking Businesswoman Dies at Age 79 July 10, 2004 Article describing the life and career of Barbara Jean Pendleton, "whose pioneering climb at United Missouri Bank from teenage messenger to executive vice president inspirted a generation of professional...

168. Growth Mode Growth Mode April//1991 Review of trust services of local banks.

169. Growth Mode Growth Mode April//1991 Trust services survey offered by Kansas City banks.

170. Hall Attends Banking Conference Hall Attends Banking Conference May 2-9, 1975 Photo and article about Gerald Hall, Sr., "vice-president of the Douglass State Bank, Kansas City, Kas.," attending a banking conference.

171. Hall Building Hall Building Full frontal and side view, showing Liberty National Bank as occupant.

172. Happy Birthday to You and You and You: Westport Bank Happy Birthday to You and You and You: Westport Bank May-June//1982 Photo and article about the Westport Bank, now (1982) at Broadway and Westport Roads. Brief history of Westport included. Opened in 1906 as the first suburban bank in Kansas City.

173. Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid 1926-1929 This collection is composed of 69 black and white photographs of varying sizes and nine sketches and features business buildings compiled in scrapbook form by Henry D. Green in 1926-1928. Most of the pictures...

174. Henry Perry Henry Perry 2006 Book excerpt about Henry Perry, "the city's first barbecue king" and a local philanthropist. Perry came to Kansas City in 1907 as a beef sandwich operator first along "Banks Alley on the west side of downtown"...

175. Herbert H. Kiger Dies: A Wholesale Jewelry Dealer Was 54 Years Old Herbert H. Kiger Dies: A Wholesale Jewelry Dealer Was 54 Years Old September/15/1949 Photo and obituary for Herbert Kiger, "54 years old, a wholesale jewelry dealer here for thirty-five years" as "vice-president and general manager of the C. A. Kriger [sic] company in the Federal Reserve...

176. High Tech and Confident: KC Banks Battle New Ground High Tech and Confident: KC Banks Battle New Ground May//1998 Shifting services with prime example of cyberspace.

177. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Portrait and biographical sketch of Joseph Chick, a store merchant and banker, moving to Jackson County in 1836, engaged in business with Northrup & Chick and the National Bank of Kansas City, among other...

178. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biographical sketch of E. C. Sattley, cashier of the Kansas City Safe Deposit and Savings Bank, born in Vermont in 1863 and coming here in 1886.

179. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Photo and bio of Harry Stimson, "president of the American National Bank of Kansas City." Born in Vermont in 1855 and coming to Kansas City in 1883 as co-organizer of "the Kansas City Safe Deposit and...

180. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biographical sketch of Joseph Swain, manager of "the Consolidated Tank Line Company." Born in Cincinnati in 1852 and coming to Kansas City in 1880 as a former steamboat clerk becoming "vice-president of...