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1. Construction Work at 6th and Broadway Construction Work at 6th and Broadway 1911-06-10 View of unidentified construction workers and activity taking place at the northwest corner of 6th and Broadway in Kansas City, Missouri. Two businesses located in the center of the view include Frank...

2. Stick Candy Employees Stick Candy Employees May 1888 Unidentified group portrait of men identified as stick candy employees, presumably of Corle Cracker and Confectionery Company, located on southwest corner of 2nd and Main.

3. William Hyde Photograph Collection Finding Aid William Hyde Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1880-1900 (bulk 1886-1888) This collection of 67 photographs taken by William Hyde, a local 19th-century amateur photographer, covers a variety of different subjects. These include: group shots of people who were primarily workers...

4. SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection SC164 KCPL Reference Hard to Find Collection 1980 – 2005, bulk 1990s The materials within the KCPL Reference Hard to Find (HTF) Collection were compiled by Kansas City Public Library reference librarians and staff members to provide an easy to access source of information...

5. Wild West Photograph Collection Finding Aid Wild West Photograph Collection Finding Aid The majority of photographs in this collection came from the Brookings Montgomery photograph collection purchased by the library in the 1960s. Images are of outlaws, cowboys, Indians, lawmen, judges, western...

6. Bitterman's Sweet Success Bitterman's Sweet Success April 14, 2006 The family-owned Bitterman Family Confections began in the 1930s with vending machines selling peanuts. Article discusses the candy distributor's vendors and includes a timeline.

7. American Nostalgia American Nostalgia September 13, 2006 The column "Castle's View" contains a story featuring the author's memories of what drive-in movies were like, especially the I-70 Drive-In Theatre on 40 Highway. Includes a picture of the drive-in as...

8. Following Mountain Man Jim Bridger Following Mountain Man Jim Bridger June 2009 The author traces Jim Bridger's trail beginning in Billings, Montana. Bridger is considered "the most famous mountain man" next to Kit Carson. As a fur trader, Bridger trapped throughout the northern Rocky...

9. Charles H. Price II and Paul H. Henson Charles H. Price II and Paul H. Henson June 28, 1905 Short biography of Charles H. Price II whose father founded Price Candy and of Paul Harry Henson of United Telecom, the forerunner of Sprint. Discusses their rise in social status in the Kansas City area....

10. Candy Man Buys Rare Beans Candy Man Buys Rare Beans February 2008 Short article about how Shawn Askinosie, defense lawyer turned candy maker in Springfield, Missouri, began his company Askinosie Chocolate. Askinosie buys his beans from Soconusco, Mexico, and has perfected...

11. Enduring Lessons: Survival of the Finest, KC's Oldest Firms Enduring Lessons: Survival of the Finest, KC's Oldest Firms January 2, 2007 Several articles about some of Kansas City's oldest companies. "Where Vision Meets Know-How" highlights six of Kansas City's oldest businesses, including Cullum & Brown; Kessinger/Hunter & Co.; Rau Construction;...

12. Welcome to Lollipop Land Welcome to Lollipop Land December 1992 Review of Kansas City candy makers, including Annedore's Fine Chocolates, Andre's Confiserie Suisse, Bogdon Candy Company, Green Mill Candy & Popcorn Company, Panache Chocolatier, Russell Stover Candies,...

13. Independent Cracker Factory Independent Cracker Factory October, 1902 Report on the opening of the Loose-Wiles Cracker & Candy Company, incuding information about officers and employees, as well as a description of the plant.

14. Where Candy is Made Where Candy is Made May 1, 1903 Report on the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company, a cracker and candy manufacturer. Includes detailed information on the candy-making process and interior photographs of various candy-making departments and workers....

15. Peck's Candy Factory Peck's Candy Factory December 1, 1902 Report on the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company--"one of Kansas City largest and handsomest stores"--opening a candy kitchen to supply its own candy department. Includes information on the candy-making...

16. Bending Iron Bending Iron September, 2004 Profile of modern-day Fort Larned blacksmith Pete Bethke. Bethke makes hand forged products in the old blacksmith shop, "a place George Armstrong Custer might have visited when he was stationed at Fort...

17. Boley Building Boley Building Postcard of the Boley Building at 12th and Walnut Streets

18. Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company Postcard of interior of the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company

19. Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company Postcard of interior of peanut candy department at the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company

20. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City December/24/1922 Portraits and biographical article about Jacob Leander Loose, or Jacob Loose, "chairman of the board, Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company." Description of his life and career, born in Pennsylvania in 1850 and...