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101. 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,...

102. Kenneth Krakauer Kenneth Krakauer June/18/2001 Photo and obituary for Kenneth Krakauer (1918-2001), a civic activist, golf historian, and "owner and President of Adler's a chain of women's specialty stores, founded in 1894, by his grandfather, Bernhard...

103. Larwin the Horse Larwin the Horse May 8, 1938 Article about a 3-year-old horse named Larwin, ridden by Eddie Arcaro, winning the Kentucky Derby horse race. The horse was owned by Herbert Woolf of Kansas City, co-owner of the Woolf Brothers clothing...

104. Leader: John Maguire Leader: John Maguire June 1964 Photo and biographical article about John Maguire, "the owner and operator of two men's clothing stores in Kansas City" and a director of the Chamber of Commerce.

105. Leaders in Our Town Leaders in Our Town 1952 Photo and bio of Herbert Woolf, president of the Woolf Brothers clothing store chain in Kansas City and a race horse breeder and owner of "Lawrin, winner of the 1938 Kentucky Derby" with rider Eddie Arcaro....

106. Leaders in Our Town Leaders in Our Town 1952 Photo and bio of Lester Siegel, president of Harzfeld's clothing store for women. Raised in Chicago and serving in World War I before coming to Kansas City with residence at 705 Brush Creek Boulevard.

107. 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.

108. 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...

109. Louis Rothschild Louis Rothschild May 5, 1905 Photo and bio of Louis Rothschild, president of the Rothschild's clothing store at 10th and Main Streets and "chairman of the city plan commission." Born in Leavenworth, Kansas in 1900 and brought to Kansas...

110. Macy's Macy's

111. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Directory Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Directory 1902 Photo and bio of Frank Taggart, a grocer and former clothier of Kansas City. Native of Detroit coming here in 1893 as manager of the local branch of "the Nebraska Clothing Company" before "buy[ing] out...

112. Michael Novorr Michael Novorr June/13/1964 Obituary for Michael Novorr, operator of Michael's Clothing Store at 1830 Main Street in Kansas City for 48 years, dying at the age of 68 on June 12, 1964.

113. Michael's Fine Clothing Celebrates 60 Years in Business Michael's Fine Clothing Celebrates 60 Years in Business Spring 2006 Michael's Fine Clothes for Men is a fourth-generation family business. Michael Novorr opened the business in 1905 and his son Eugene has worked there for 60 years. His son, Keith, and grandson, Michael,...

114. Michael's: Give Me That Old Time Service Michael's: Give Me That Old Time Service Summer//1989 Description of the clothing business tailored to personalized service.

115. 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...

116. Missourians Abroad--No. 15: James Cash Penney Missourians Abroad--No. 15: James Cash Penney July//1927 Photo and biographical article about James Cash Penney, or J. C. Penney, "head of the world's greatest chain of retail dry goods stores, and a projector of noteworthy agricultural projects." Born near...

117. Model Clothing House, The Model Clothing House, The 1886 Advertising card for The Model Clothing House showing a boy kissing a girl on the cheek. Underneath this picture it says: "Seven." Lower left front corner of card says: "Copyrighted 1886 A. Gast & Co....

118. 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,...

119. Morgan Clothing Company Morgan Clothing Company 1898 Photo and description of the W. W. Morgan Clothing Company store "at 1009 and 1011 Main Street," "established in March, 1885, by W. W. Morgan & Co." Morgan a member of the City Council and along with his...

120. National Cloak & Suit Company National Cloak & Suit Company circa 1926 National Cloak & Suit Company changed name of business to National Bellas Hess Company, Incorporated around 1926.