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1. Albert Spaar Albert Spaar 1908 Photo and bio of Albert Spaar, manager of "the Val Blatz Brewing Company of Kansas City" since 1893. Born in Milwaukee in 1864 and coming here in 1885 "as bookkeeper for this branch" of the brewery.

2. Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company 1935 Entry describes the history of the Saint Louis brewing company of "Anheuser-Busch, Inc.," listed as being founded in 1857 by Eberhard Anheuser and joined in 1865 by Adolphus Busch.

3. Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company May 1886 Illustration and complimentary entry for the Kansas City branch of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company.

4. Anheuser-Busch: Brewing a Name for Itself Anheuser-Busch: Brewing a Name for Itself May-June//1981 History and description of the successful operations of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company and its origins back to 1852 in Saint Louis, Missouri.

5. Bavarian Brewing Company Bavarian Brewing Company Bavarian Brewing Company listed in Kansas City, Missouri, city directories for the years 1890, 1891, 1892, and 1893.

6. Blatz Brewery Blatz Brewery May 1886 Branch of Milwaukee brewery since 1880.

7. Boulevard Brewery Boulevard Brewery

8. Brew Mistress Brew Mistress May/22-28/1997 Discusses the career of Kansas City's "first woman beer brewer".

9. Brewery and Bear Try Comeback Brewery and Bear Try Comeback January/27/1974 Photos and article about the re-introduction of the "bear, long a symbol of the Theo. Hamm Brewing Co." in the company's acquisition by a group of distributors headed by Kansas Citian Lyle Phillips in...

10. Brewhouses in Kansas City, 1850s-1919 Brewhouses in Kansas City, 1850s-1919 March-April 1987 Article about old brewhouses in Kansas City, mostly demolished or no longer in business, with photos and illustrations, including the Lemp Brewery at 20th and McGee Streets, the Kansas City Brewery at...

11. Brewing Up a Business Brewing Up a Business Fall//1997 Review of some newer microbreweries and brew pubs in Missouri, a popular trend in beer and other liquor consumption at the time.

12. Carl Muehlebach Carl Muehlebach 1912 Biographical sketch of Carl August Muehlebach, or Carl Muehlebach, "secretary and general superintendent of the George Muehlebach Brewing Company of Kansas City, one of the largest brewing interests in...

13. Charles Mohrle Charles Mohrle 1908 Biographical sketch of Charles Mohrle, "a representative of prominent brewing companies" in Kansas City until moving to Milwaukee in 1909. Born in Germany in 1867 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1886...

14. Charles Raber Charles Raber 1908 Biographical sketch of Charles Raber, a retired western freighter, brewery worker, and billiard hall keeper residing at 3818 Genesee Street. Born in Switzerland in 1841 and emigrating to Westport in 1855...

15. City Ice Company, Plant No. 54 City Ice Company, Plant No. 54 ca1930 Full frontal view of City Ice Company of Kansas City Plant Number 54; located at 20th and Washington. Remodeled from an old brewery in 1922. Included in view is a City Ice Company delivery vehicle.

16. Conrad H. Mann--Kansas Citian Conrad H. Mann--Kansas Citian August 1914 Photo and biographical article about Conrad Mann, "secretary and general manager of the Kansas City Breweries Co." and new president of the Fraternal Order of Eagles or Eagles Club.

17. Cowtown Chronicles: "Hey, Ma, What's for Dinner?" Cowtown Chronicles: "Hey, Ma, What's for Dinner?" February 2001 Photo and description of the Fannie Farmer cookbook of the 1800s in an article about pioneer cooking and eating in the Kansas City area. Description of available foods (including at the City Market) and...

18. Dick Brothers Dick Brothers 1879 Description of a larbe brewery located at the corner or 10th and Mulberry street owned by the Dick Brothers.

19. Dinner Meeting Dinner Meeting 1960 Believed to be South Central's Big Schlitz Brewery Plant Party held October 25, 1960 at 6:30 at the Schlitz Brewery's Brown Bottle Banquet Hall located at 316 Oak Street. John E. Carter is seated at bottom...

20. East Crossroads is Rising East Crossroads is Rising February 23, 2015 Article on the growing development on the east side of the Crossroads district, from Grand Boulevard to Campbell and Truman Road south to 20th Street. Attracted by the proximity to Downtown and affordable...