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121. 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.

122. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Clothing company at 6th and Main Streets.

123. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Hat and glove store at 554 Main Street, established in 1879.

124. Kansas City Hostesses: The Romantic Look for Evening Kansas City Hostesses: The Romantic Look for Evening May//1968 Photos and article about the fashionable clothing worn by Kansas City socialites (named), including some purchased from local clothing outlets.

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. W. C. Schoenhard Dies W. C. Schoenhard Dies May/26/1958 Photo and obituary for William Schoenhard, or Bill Schoenhard, "75 years old, veteran clothier here" retiring in 1953 to Florida after 50 years in Kansas City as a "familiar figure on the Plaza."

127. Sam Pener Sam Pener May/30/1966 Obituary for Sam Pener, founder of the Pener men's wear clothing stores, dying in 1966.

128. Was Ridden by Eddie Arcaro: Monument to Stand in Corinth Downs Subdivision Was Ridden by Eddie Arcaro: Monument to Stand in Corinth Downs Subdivision May/30/1999 Description of the racetrack of the Woolf Brothers at 83rd and Mission Roads.

129. 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,...

130. George D. Stout Dies George D. Stout Dies November/27/1953 Photo and obituary for George Daniel Stout, or George Stout, "secretary of Jack Henry, Inc.," with residence at 634 West 70th Street. Born in Kansas City about 1893 and starting his own clothing store...

131. Adler's, Incorporated Adler's, Incorporated November/28/1984 Article about Adler's, Incorporated, a millinery or garment business.

132. J. C. Penney Optimistic after Gains in October J. C. Penney Optimistic after Gains in October November/3/1977 Photo and article about the new J. C. Penney "catalog distribution center" being built in Lenexa, Kansas as "a primary element in the planned expansion of its catalog business" and over-all financial growth...

133. 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...

134. Best of the West Best of the West October, 2004 Annual "best of" survey of people, places and things in the western United States, including the best saloons, historic sites, clothing manufacturers, etc.

135. Best of the West Best of the West October, 2005 Annual "best of" survey of people, places and things in the western United States, including the best saloons, historic sites, clothing manufacturers, etc.

136. Deaths: Mrs. George D. Stout Deaths: Mrs. George D. Stout October/19/1959 Obituary for "Mrs. Marie A. Stout, 64, of 634 West [70th Street]," an Oregon native and "widow of George D. Stout, co-founder and secretary of the Jack Henry clothing store, who died in 1953."

137. Kansas City People: Helen of Joy Kansas City People: Helen of Joy October/20/1999 Biography of Helen Schaefer and her clothing store, Swansons, on the Plaza, starting in 1917 and sold in 1966, with photos.

138. 'Treasure Hunt' Coming to End 'Treasure Hunt' Coming to End September 29, 2010 Article discusses the closing of the Junior League Resale Boutique. For more than 75 years the shop provided clothes for needy families. Article gives more information about other programs run by the Junior...

139. Fashion's Famous: Nelly Don (Mrs. James A. Reed) Fashion's Famous: Nelly Don (Mrs. James A. Reed) September//1937 Photo and biographical article about Nell Donnelly Reed, or Nell Reed, wife of senator James A. Reed and founder of a clothing store and women's clothing line named after her own nickname, Nelly Don.

140. 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,...