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61. Building a First Class Bank: The Story of United Missouri Bank Building a First Class Bank: The Story of United Missouri Bank //1986 Book about the history of the United Missouri Bank and other banks of the Kemper family of Kansas City, starting with William Thornton Kemper, Sr., or William Kemper (1865-1938), with photos and illustrations,...

62. Business Gossip Business Gossip April//1913 Grand opening at 1728 Grand Avenue.

63. Busy Days on the Big Muddy Busy Days on the Big Muddy November//1963 Illustrations (by artist Robert Andrew Parker, or Robert Parker) and article about the riverboats carrying cargo downstream on the Missouri River, with many depictions of barges, their pilots, and river...

64. Cady & Olmstead, Jewelers Cady & Olmstead, Jewelers ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Cady & Olmstead showing a country scene showing the banks of a pond with a windmill, a builiding with dome and spire, and the moon in the background. Front of card says: "Cady & Olmstead,...

65. Calculating Women Calculating Women July//1980 Article about the growing trend of women in upper positions as bankers.

66. Call on Girl's Facile Pen Call on Girl's Facile Pen October/16/1971 Photo and biographical article about Lisa Anne Kerford, or Lisa Kerford, a black "Southwest High School senior art student" drawing artwork "for the students' and teachers' course workbooks" also with...

67. Case Studies in Adaptive Reuse: Grand Avenue Bank Transformed into Architectural Office Case Studies in Adaptive Reuse: Grand Avenue Bank Transformed into Architectural Office March//1980 Imposing building at 18th and Grand Avenues originally built by R. C. Kemper for the City Bank in 1926.

68. Cattle Industry Cattle Industry History of the cattle industry in Kansas City from its beginnings with trails and railroads and stockyards, etc., including record cattle runs.First permanent establishment of cattle trade in 1867 followed...

69. Central Bank Celebrates Fifty Years Central Bank Celebrates Fifty Years March/7/2001 Photo and article about the Central Bank of Kansas City, "first open[ing] its doors to the residents and business owners of Historic Northeast" in 1951 at 2301 Independence Avenue.

70. Central Bank Keeps Growing: After 50 Years in Kansas City, Northeast's Community Bank Will Soon Have Central Bank Keeps Growing: After 50 Years in Kansas City, Northeast's Community Bank Will Soon Have Four Branches April/18/2001 Photo and article about the new branch location of the Central Bank of Kansas City (starting out in the Northeast residential district) in the Festival Foods grocery store "in the Northland at Choteau...

71. Central Bank of Kansas City Central Bank of Kansas City April 6, 2005 Featured in the "Northeast Chamber of Commerce Business Leaders" column is the Central Bank of Kansas City. The bank currently owns and operates eight branches in the metro area. In the Northeast area...

72. Central Bank of Kansas City Central Bank of Kansas City n.d. Partial view of the Central Bank of Kansas City. Architects Seligson, Eggen, Inc. received an award for commercial design for their work on this building.

73. Central Exchange National Bank Central Exchange National Bank 1920 Full frontal view; located at 1016 Grand.

74. Ceremonies of the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Federal Reserve Bank Ceremonies of the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Federal Reserve Bank April/16/1921 Dedication of the building and speeches about the city's financial history and future.

75. Change of Leadership in Commerce Trust Company of Kansas City Change of Leadership in Commerce Trust Company of Kansas City December 1922 Announcement of the retirement of William Kemper, Sr., chairman, and J. W. Perry, president, of the Commerce Trust Company in Kansas City, with portraits of Arthur Adams, Walter McLucas, Kemper, and Perry....

76. Charles Wilson Charles Wilson March 2, 1975 Biographical article about Charles Banks Wilson, or Charles Wilson, an artist of murals at the Oklahoma state capitol.

77. City Bank City Bank ca1928 Full frontal and side view of the City Bank; located on the southeast corner of 18th and Grand. Bank's letterhead and logo are located on the back of photograph #33.

78. City Bank City Bank circa 1920s City Bank, corner of 18th and Grand, with automobiles.

79. City Bank and Trust Automobile Deposit Window City Bank and Trust Automobile Deposit Window 1930 Man standing between automobile and the City Bank and Trust Co. Automobile Deposit Window.

80. City Bank Building City Bank Building National Register of Historic Places Inventory nomination form for the City Bank Building.