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1. . ..Presenting Milton McGreevy: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month . ..Presenting Milton McGreevy: Swing Nominee for Man of the Month March-April//1950 Photo and biographical article about Milton McGreevy, head of Harris, Upham & Company, investment brokers since 1931, raised in Kansas City.

2. Albert Zimmer Albert Zimmer June/17/1957 Obituary for Albert Zimmer, an industrial real estate broker dying at the age of 56 in 1957.

3. Apartment Building and Duplex Ownership Directory Apartment Building and Duplex Ownership Directory August 1953 Directory that lists the address, year of construction, owner, description of, and value of apartment buildings and duplexes in Kansas City, Missouri. The entries are listed by address under alphabetically...

4. Baum Will End Retail Operation: Brokerage Joins H. O. Peet, Stern Bros., B. C. Christopher in KC's Business Baum Will End Retail Operation: Brokerage Joins H. O. Peet, Stern Bros., B. C. Christopher in KC's Business Lore October/13/2000 News of the sale and end of George K. Baum & Company, "the last of Kansas City's old-time, locally owned investment firms," founded by George Baum in 1928 and joining other family-owned brokerage firms...

5. Black Brokers: 'Exclusive' Home Sales in Kansas City Bow to Shifts in Market Black Brokers: 'Exclusive' Home Sales in Kansas City Bow to Shifts in Market February 22, 1981 News article about the Newsome Realty company at 6217 Prospect Avenue and its place in the changing climate of the local real estate market in which small, black-owned companies were losing their dominance...

6. Blacks in Kansas City, Part III--Business and Industry Blacks in Kansas City, Part III--Business and Industry February 21-February 28, 1986 Third in a series of four articles about the history of African Americans in Kansas City. It provides an overview of black business and industry, from the period before emancipation in 1865 to the present...

7. Brokers Building Brokers Building Full frontal and side view; located at 1104 Union Avenue. Shows Crooks Terminal Warehouse as occupant.

8. Business: They Call Him Huge Business: They Call Him Huge January-February//1999 Photo and biographical article about Hugh Zimmer, 68-year-old head of Zimmer Brothers, "a property development, brokerage and management firm" in Kansas City responsible for such projects as the restoration...

9. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of Webster Withers, Jr., a realtor and investment broker at 3103 Troost Avenue. Born in Kansas City in 1877 and starting out with the First National Bank before becoming president of...

10. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of John Joseph O'Connor, or John O'Connor, president of the O'Connor-Thompson Brokerage Company at 1104 Union Avenue in Kansas City. Born in Ireland in 1886 and emigrating to Kansas...

11. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index 1938 Biographical sketch of Shannon Douglass, president of the Associated Brokers and Underwriters, Incorporated, with offices in the Dwight Building. He was born in Saint Louis in 1887 and raised in Kansas...

12. Designers' Showhouse I Designers' Showhouse I 1970 The first Designers' Showhouse was 5208 Belleview Avenue, residence of Harry Seavey. Designed by architect John Van Brunt, it was built in 1912 and overlooked Brush Creek Valley. Seavey was born in Chicago...

13. Eduard Otto Eduard Otto May/6/1962 Obituary for Eduard Otto, an investment broker since 1921, dying in 1962.

14. Edward L. Walsh Dies Edward L. Walsh Dies July/2/1952 Photo and obituary for Edward Walsh, "70, Ponce de Leon apartments, 4555 Main street, retired vice-president of the Commerce Trust company." Native of Saint Joseph, Missouri coming to Kansas City about...

15. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Photo and bio of Webster Withers, a Kansas City business man. Born in Clay County, Missouri in 1837 and coming here in 1865 as a banker before starting an elevator business here in 1874 ("theirs being...

16. Executive Roundtable: A Handful of Leading Kansas City Business Figures Discuss Troubled Times Ahead Executive Roundtable: A Handful of Leading Kansas City Business Figures Discuss Troubled Times Ahead and Some Opportunities Which Will Develop. .. January//1980 Interview of a "handful of leading Kansas City business figures," including stockbroker Dick Breidenthal, or Richard Breidenthal, "a vice president of investments with the brokerage firm of Shearson Hayden...

17. Francis 'Brick' Wornall Left a Legacy of Great Worth Francis 'Brick' Wornall Left a Legacy of Great Worth July 1979 Photo and obituary for Francis Clay Wornall, or Francis Wornall (nicknamed Frank Wornall or Brick Wornall), "former president of the Jackson County Historical Society" dying on January 9, 1979. Grandson...

18. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Photo and bio of Theodore Stegner, founder and president of the Stegner Investment Company. Born in Boonville, Missouri in 1858 and coming to Kansas City in 1876 "as a hod-carrier" and packing plant worker...

19. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biographical sketch of Felix La Force, a broker, realtor, banker, and former dry goods merchant, born in Boone County, Missouri, in 1847 and coming to Kansas City in 1881.

20. Imperial Kansas City, 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City, 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources 1900 Description of the business of J. Mackenzie and W. C. Mackenzie, or "Messrs. J. & W. C. Mackenzie," financial brokers with offices in the New England Building (pictured) since 1890.