Missouri Valley Special Collections
Advanced Search | Help | My Favorites
All Images Local History Index  
Search results for: 33 item(s) for: "Charles P. Deatherage"
Search current collection(s) again
Refine your search
Creator
Charles P Deatherage (31)
Gallup Map and Supply ... (1)

Type
Book (26)
Map (3)
Book Section (2)
Finding Aid (1)

Date
1927 (15)
1928 (7)
1924 (4)
April 71905 (2)
1923 (1)
Show more...

Subject
Residences (7)
Buildings (4)
Mayors (3)
Kansas City, Missouri... (2)
Steamboat Trapper (2)
Show more...

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Charles P. Deatherage Book Manuscripts Finding Aid Charles P. Deatherage Book Manuscripts Finding Aid circa 1930-1939 Mr. Deatherage founded the Deatherage Lumber Company in Kansas City in 1878. After retiring in 1919, he began a career as a historian, publishing his first volume of Kansas City history in 1928. Volumes...

2. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas 1927 Photo and biographical description of William Gilpin (1813-1894), "not only an explorer, but an author and writer" and "truly one of Kansas City's early pioneers, the only man in his day whose visions...

3. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas 1927 Photo of early settlers "Walter Bales [1803-1887] and wife [Sarah Bales, 1808-1893], Jackson County, Mo."

4. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Illustration of the home of James Hyatt McGee, or James McGee, at 19th and Main, the "First Brick House in Jackson County, Built in 1845 [sic]."

5. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Illustration with a caption pointing out the home of Madame Berenice Chouteau on Pearl Street.

6. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Illustration of "the Trapper--an early steamboat in fur trade in the [eighteen] twenties."

7. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Early history of educational institutions as they related to growth of the city from 1865 to 1870.

8. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Illustration of the Jesse Riddlesbarger mansion at 3rd and Delaware Streets, "[o]ne of the finest in the '50s," "[b]ought by Phil Shannon in 1861," and later the "residence of Pat Shannon, tenth mayor"...

9. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Mention of Henry Burris as one of the three original judges of Jackson County, Missouri, appointed in January 1827, with their first session on May 21, 1827, dividing the county into three townships.

10. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Illustration of the "residence of William S. Gregory [or William Gregory], First Mayor of Kansas City" in 1853, at the northwest corner of 4th and Locust Streets and photo of him.

11. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Illustration of the "Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad Depot, 1869," east of the "old Union Depot," at Cameron, Missouri.

12. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Illustrated map of the Thomas Smart farm in 1837, showing its later street divisions and land value differences by 1928 ($400 to $50 million). Bounded on this map by 9th, 12th, Holmes, and the alley west...

13. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Illustrations and map of the "new proposed site for a national park commemorating the Battle of Westport," at about 60th and Oakley Avenues in Kansas City, Missouri. It was the site of the second day's...

14. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Mentions of Judge Richard Fristoe, along with Henry Burris and Abraham McClelland, as the first judges of the Jackson County court in 1827, following the county's organization in 1826 in Independence.

15. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Photo of "the old covered bridge, a land mark which spanned the principal streams on the old state roads of Missouri in the early days."

16. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Peery Place from 8th to 12th, Holmes to Troost, was laid off in 1857, but lots were sold only to negroes until 1870, at any low price they would bring. The first negro school was built on 9th and Charlotte...

17. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Photo and bio of John Johnson, "the third elected mayor of the Town of Kansas" in 1855 and a native of England, emigrating to Kansas City in 1852 and employed by Colonel Kersey Coates "as the architect...

18. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1927 Portrait and caption about "Manuel de Lisa," usually referred to as Manuel Lisa, one of the first great fur traders, with a special concession from the Spanish government, controlling the fur trade with...

19. Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw Early History of Greater Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas: The Prophetic City at the Mouth of the Kaw 1928 Photo of Dr. Johnston Lykins, Kansas City's first legal mayor (and second otherwise) on page 511 and illustration of his house at 12th and Washington Streets on page 475, with a biographical sketch of...

20. Early History of the Lumber Trade in Kansas City: The Prophetic City Early History of the Lumber Trade in Kansas City: The Prophetic City 1923 History of late 1800s Kansas City especially pertaining to the lumber industry.