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41. Dr. W. J. Frick Dr. W. J. Frick Spring 2004 Part of "Excerpts from the Oak Grove Banner," by Candy Novak, this entry from August 19, 1921, tells of Frick Hill in Oak Grove and has some genealogical information about Dr. Frick.

42. Dreams of Gold on the Starvation Trail Dreams of Gold on the Starvation Trail July 2010 Join Candy Moulton as she travels the Smoky Hill Trail from Kansas City to Pike's Peak region in Colorado once used by gold seekers in the late 1850s. "Lack of knowledge about distance and weather conditions"...

43. E. L. Winn E. L. Winn circa 1911. Photo and description of the business of E. L. Winn, a building contractor with offices in the Scarritt Building and yards at 18th and Baltimore Avenues. Native and lifelong Kansas Citian and builder of...

44. 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;...

45. 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...

46. Following the Arkansas River Following the Arkansas River November-December, 2004 Article describes modern day travel along the Arkansas River from Wichita, Kansas, to Leadville, Colorado. Special events on the journey include the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson, Kansas, Santa Fe Trail...

47. From One Generation to the Next From One Generation to the Next March 1, 2006 Article profiles three family-owned businesses in the Kansas City area. VALOMILK candy company was revived by Russ Sifers using his grandfather's original equipment from the 1940s. Stepson David Swiercinsky...

48. Harry Montgomery Harry Montgomery December/31/1972 Obituary for Harry Montgomery, chairman of the board of the Price Candy Company and a member of the board of governors of the Kansas City Art Institute and a director of the Linwood State Bank and Starlight...

49. Heading to New York Heading to New York August 11, 2009 Kansas City's Bogdon Candy Co., founded in 1945 in Kansas City, has been bought by Richardson Foods Inc. of Canajoharie, New York. The local office and manufacturing plant located at 2316 Troost Avenue...

50. Huggins Cracker & Candy Company City Directory Entries Huggins Cracker & Candy Company City Directory Entries 1890-1895 Entries in the directory: 1890: Huggins Cracker & Candy Company. 1891-1892: Huggins Factory of the American Biscuit & Manufacturing Company. 1893-1895: no entry under "Huggins."

51. In Memoriam In Memoriam September 21, 2002 Obituary for Christine Montgomery Paterno who died at the age of 85 on June 30, 2002, at her home in Naples, Florida. She was married to Harry F. Montgomery in 1948, then president of the Price Candy Company....

52. 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.

53. Joseph Loose Joseph Loose 1906 Biographical sketch of Joseph Schull Loose, or Joseph Loose, "[m]anufacturer of crackers and candy" starting in 1881, with offices at 1100 West 8th Street and residence at 1861 Independence Boulevard in...

54. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Candy company at 1053-1059 Saint Louis Avenue.

55. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of Clarence Fletcher (1863-1907), "late vice president and secretary of the C. J. Fletcher Grocery Company of Kansas City." He was born in Toronto, Canada, and moved to Saint Joseph...

56. KC Blues Scene Mourns Singer KC Blues Scene Mourns Singer December 26, 2007 Annetta "Cotton Candy" Washington, local blues singer, died December 25, 2007, at the age of 76. Her death was due to complications from a stroke. "She was a founding member of the Kansas City Blues Society...and...

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

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

59. Mormon Trail - Forging a Road West Mormon Trail - Forging a Road West Summer 2010 Brief article detailing the history of the early wagon trains that traveled the Mormon Trail and some of the landmarks along the way. The first to travel this trail on recommendation by Lansford Hastings,...

60. New Candy Factory New Candy Factory October 1899 In September the Fletcher-Floyd Candy Company began operation of a plant for “the manufacture of a general line of candies in Kansas City.” The three-story factory is located at 6th and Broadway and...