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Campbell & Cutler Paint and Glass Company
Short history of the Campbell & Cutler Paint and Glass Company based at 11th and Hickory Streets.
Campbell and Cutler Paint and Glass Company
Description of the Campbell & Cutler Paint & Glass Company store at 8th and Delaware Streets.
Biographical sketch of Campbell Chapman, "clerk of the board of health of Kansas City" starting in 1894, a native of Clay County and starting out as a lawyer.
Biographical sketch of Captain Maurice Langhorne, "deputy sheriff of Jackson county, Missouri," born in Virginia in 1834 and arriving in Independence, Missouri, in 1849 as a gold seeker before serving...
Captain Nathan Boone's Journal
Reprints of the journal of Captain Nathan Boone from his military mounted rangers' expedition over the Western prairies in the 1830s through the 1850s, telling of encounters with various Indian tribes...
Captain William Swinney
Biographical sketch of Captain William Swinney (1797-1863), "one of the early pioneers of Missouri." Native of Virginia moving to Monticello, Missouri in 1832 and becoming a farmer near Glasgow, Missouri....
This book contains one page personal accounts of the lives of numerous women from the Kansas City metro area, as well as their photograph. Includes Kansas City, Kansas mayor Carol Marinovich.
Mention of the opening of the Catholic schools of Saint Patrick's and Our Lady of Perpetual Help in the context of Catholic school expansion in western Missouri.
Description of a business located at 425 Walnut Street carrying hay and grain. The three brothers who own this business are J. B. Cecil, H. C. Ceci,l and A. R. Cecil.
Central Flouring Mills
Description of a business located at 1227 and 1229 Grand Avenue carrying flour owned by Mr. W. C. Wilhite and M. C. Spence.
Description of the formerly 8.01-acre park acquired in 1931, between 31st, Monroe, Linwood, and Indiana Avenue, with photos, drawing, and history, having lost much of its original "integrity" as a park....
Charles A. Braley Residence
Description and history of residence in Kansas City designed by Henry F. Hoit for Charles A. Braley, vice president of the Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corporation in Argentine, Kansas. Built in 1918-1919,...
Charles A. Fore
Biographical descriptions of Charles A. Fore (1814-1881), and his nephew, Charles James Fore. Description of Charles A. Fore as a native of Virginia moving with his brother, Silas Fore, to Missouri in...
Photo and bio of Charles Baird, the controlling owner of "the Western Exchange Bank, now located at the southwest corner of Ninth and Walnut Streets," "a director of the Inter-State National Bank, director...
Biographical sketch of Charles Bower, a teacher in Kentucky moving to Kansas City as a lawyer in 1868.
Biographical sketch of Charles Burnham, "one of the the prominent young lawyers of the Jackson county bar," starting in Kansas City in 1888, elected city attorney in 1894.
Photo and bio of Charles Mumford Bush, or Charles Bush, a Kansas City lawyer from Ohio and Michigan starting in the first decade of the 1900s, involved in the Priests of Pallas, and "considered one of...
Biographical sketch of Charles Campbell, a Kansas City merchant, born in New York in 1847 and becoming vice-president of the Fidelity Trust Company and president of the Campbell Glass and Paint Company,...
Charles Englehart, Tailor
Photos of the establishment of Charles Englehart, tailor, at the Bunker Building.
Charles Evans Whittaker
Biography of Federal Supreme Court Justice Charles Evans Whittaker (1901-1973), a justice for that court in the 1950s and a successful lawyer in Kansas City before that starting in the 1920s.
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