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1. The Vicissitudes of Pioneer Life The Vicissitudes of Pioneer Life December 1922 Description of "Kansas City's first bank" opened by Hiram M. Northrup and Joseph S. Chick in 1849 over Northrup's general store.

2. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Biographical sketch of Joseph Chick, "the efficient President of the Bank of Kansas City" in 1878, moving to Kansas City as a youth and starting work at Hiram M. Northrup's mercantile store, later becoming...

3. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chick Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chick March 30, 1924 Photos and biographical sketches of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chick from clippings, including the one cited here, describing the couple as active in the local Methodist Church and Joseph Chick (ca. 1818-1908)...

4. Methodism in Early Kansas City Methodism in Early Kansas City December 1923 Photo and biographical sketch of Joseph Chick (1828-1908), moving to Westport in 1836 "with his parents, Colonel and Mrs. William Miles Chick." Description of Joseph as "a member of the old Fifth Street...

5. Methodism in Early Kansas City Methodism in Early Kansas City December 1923 Mention of Mrs. Joseph Chick, daughter of Mrs. James Sexton, the president of a Methodist Church fair in 1856 held on the R. B. Chambers steamboat.

6. Men Who Helped to Make Kansas City Great (Ex-Presidents of the Board of Trade) Men Who Helped to Make Kansas City Great (Ex-Presidents of the Board of Trade) February//1899 Photo of J. S. Chick in a grouping of members of the Board of Trade.

7. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of Joseph Chick, "founder of the first banking house in Kansas City," moving to Kansas City in 1836 and working in general store business and then banking with Hiram M. Northrup.

8. Kansas City, Its Resources and Their Development: A Souvenir of the Kansas City Times Kansas City, Its Resources and Their Development: A Souvenir of the Kansas City Times 1890 Photo and bio of Joseph Chick as a prominent Kansas City banker.

9. Kansas City and Manifest Destiny III Kansas City and Manifest Destiny III June//1889 Portrait and biographical sketch of Joseph Chick, a Kansas City banker and merchant, born in Howard County, Missouri, in 1828, partnering with Hiram Northrup and starting in 1874 operating in the banking...

10. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance //1886 Illustration and description of the "National Bank of Kansas City, [c]orner of Fifth and Delaware Street," organized as the Bank of Kansas City in 1875 and converting to the present name in 1881 with "the...

11. Joseph S. Chick School Joseph S. Chick School

12. Joseph S. Chick Joseph S. Chick Bio of Joseph S. Chick, a clerk at his father's bank in the 1800s, developing it into the large and successful Kansas City National Bank.

13. Joseph S. Chick Joseph S. Chick N.d. Portrait of Joseph Smith Chick, early Kansas City banker.

14. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Portrait and biographical sketch of Joseph Chick, a store merchant and banker, moving to Jackson County in 1836, engaged in business with Northrup & Chick and the National Bank of Kansas City, among other...

15. Founders of Methodism in This Community Founders of Methodism in This Community December 1923 Mention of Mrs. Margaret Morris, mother-in-law of the author, Edward Scarritt, and founding member of the Methodist Church on Lydia Avenue in the 1800s along with Joseph Chick, John North, and Jim Riggins....

16. Business Patterns in the Growth of a Midwestern City: The Kansas City Business Community Before the Business Patterns in the Growth of a Midwestern City: The Kansas City Business Community Before the Civil War Summer 1959 Copy of an article about business patterns in early Kansas City by historical author Charles Glaab.