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121. A Journey of Three Lifetimes A Journey of Three Lifetimes November/December 2001 Photos and article about the history of the Alaskan Fur Company, established in Kansas City in 1926 by Philip Wang with offices in the Waldheim Building, moving to 210 East 11th Street in 1932 with multiple...

122. Kansas City Women of Independent Minds Kansas City Women of Independent Minds 1992 Photos and bio of Rose Shklar Mindlin Jacobson, or Rose Jacobson (~1877-1951), founder "of one of Kansas City's leading women's clothing stores, Mindlin's." Description of her life and career as a native...

123. Modesty Prevents Him. .. Modesty Prevents Him. .. November//1960 Photos and biographical article about Jack Downing Henry, or Jack Henry, founder and president of Jack Henry's, Incoportated, clothing stores on the Country Club Plaza. Description of his life and career,...

124. Missouri's 'Good' Penney Missouri's 'Good' Penney March-April 1976 Photos and biographical article about James Cash Penney, or J. C. Penney (1875-1971), founder of the J. C. Penney national clothing store chain and native of (near) Hamilton, Missouri. Description of his...

125. Where the Measure of a Man Is Made Where the Measure of a Man Is Made May/15/1915 Photos of C. B. Roueche and Charles Bergfeldt, owners and operators of the men's clothing store called "Bergfeldt-Roueche company," "established in 1895 in a Wyandotte street, between [8th Street and 9th...

126. Jones Store Company Jones Store Company Photos, illustrations, and information on the Jones Store Company department store chain established in 1887 in Stafford, Kansas, by founder J. Logan Jones and opened in Kansas City in 1890 at 6th and...

127. Louis Hammerslough Louis Hammerslough Fall 1990 Portrait and biographical article about Louis Hammerslough (1835-1903), "the pioneer clothing merchant" in Kansas City, arriving here in 1858 from his native Germany, establishing his clothing store at...

128. Louis Hammerslough Louis Hammerslough 1886 Portrait and description of Louis Hammerslough, a pioneer clothier of Kansas City and native of Germany arriving here in 1858.

129. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City December/25/1921 Portraits and biographical article about Herbert Woolf, "president [of] Woolf Brothers, Incorporated." Born in Kansas City in 1880 at 913 Locust Street and joining his father's clothing store in 1898 at...

130. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City February/12/1922 Portraits and biographical article about Louis Philip Rothschild, or Louis Rothschild, senior partner of the Rothschild & Sons clothing store. Born in Leavenworth, Kansas in 1864 and coming to Kansas City...

131. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Practical tailors, No. 13 East Missouri Avenue.

132. Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 33 with Dog and Unrelated Cards Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 33 with Dog and Unrelated Cards ca. 1880-1900 Scrapbook page containing nine advertising cards showing the following:
1. Two cards from a series: In the first, a man stands on two stones in a river offering to help a woman on the bank into a boat....

133. Big Apparel Town--Kansas City: Clothier for Millions Big Apparel Town--Kansas City: Clothier for Millions January/12/1969 Several articles about clothing manufacture and related information.

134. Downtown Storefront: Slabotsky & Son Fine Menswear Downtown Storefront: Slabotsky & Son Fine Menswear December 7, 2007 Slabotsky & Son, a men's clothing store, has stood in its current location at 1102 Grand since 1935. Bruce Jerwick purchased the store from Gordon Slabotsky, whose father founded it in 1914.

135. KC's Own Seabiscuit KC's Own Seabiscuit July 29, 2003 Story of race horse Lawrin, owned by Herbert Woolf, owner of Woolf Brothers Clothing Stores. Lawrin won the Kentucky Derby in 1938. He was bred and trained in what is now Prairie Village, Johnson County,...

136. Country Club Plaza Country Club Plaza 1954 Street level view of the Cricket West clothing store located at 308 W. 47th Street at the northwest corner of 47th and Wornall in the Country Club Plaza. Also in view is the Neptune Fountain purchased...

137. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 The French Ostrich Feather Dyer, cleaning and curling, at the Kansas City Times building.

138. Gruber, The Haberdasher Gruber, The Haberdasher May 1886 The largest assortment of neckwear in the West. Shirts and underwear made to order, 538 Main Street.

139. 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...

140. Jack Henry: 75 Years as Kansas City's Outfitters to Gentlemen Jack Henry: 75 Years as Kansas City's Outfitters to Gentlemen 2006 This book details the history of Jack Henry and the Jack Henry Clothing Store with its slogan "Outfitters to Gentlemen." According to the book, "In 1931 Jack Henry opened a very small shop--offering only...