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61. Great Western Pants Co. Great Western Pants Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Great Western Pants Co. cut into the shape of a pair of red plaid pants. Front of card says: "Suits, overcoats & pants made to order." Back of card says: "Our pants do not bag...

62. 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.

63. Half a Weekend at River Quay Half a Weekend at River Quay June//1973 Illustrated map of the River Quay with descriptions of stores and shops to visit there, including restaurants, antique and craft shops, clothing stores, and so on.

64. Hammerslough & Co. Hammerslough & Co. 1882 Advertising card for "Hammerslough & Co., One Price Clothiers" showing a funny picture of a dog biting a pig's ear and a man, woman, and child, one behind the other, tugging on the dog's tail. Front of...

65. Hammerslough & Co. Hammerslough & Co. March 20, 1882 Advertisement of Hammerslough clothing company. Below portrait drawing of Hammerslough is, "This is not General grant, but it is the Famous Kansas City Clotheir, Hammerslough. Spring Orders filled from...

66. Harzfeld's New Store is Second Largest on the Plaza Harzfeld's New Store is Second Largest on the Plaza May 4, 1954 Article describes new Harzfeld's store, "the largest operation on the Plaza with the exception of Sears, Roebuck and Co." Designed by Edward W. Tanner and Associates and Neville, Sharp and Simon, the building...

67. Herrick Clothing Co. Herrick Clothing Co. ca. 1887 Advertising card for Herrick Clothing Company showing portraits of President and Mrs. Grover Cleveland. Front of card says: "Oct. 13th 1887." and "Sell the best clothing made for men, boys & children."...

68. Herrick Clothing Co. Herrick Clothing Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card with printed cross of pansies glued on surface. Front of card says: "In the Cross of Christ I Glory, Best Wishes of Herrick Clothing Co., Safe place to trade." and "Children's Shirt Waists,...

69. Herrick Clothing Co. Herrick Clothing Co. ca. 1880-1890 Advertising card with printed cross of pink roses glued on surface. Front of card says: "In the Cross of Christ I Glory, Best Wishes of Herrick Clothing Co., Safe place to trade." and "Children's Shirt...

70. Holland's Shoe and Clothing House Holland's Shoe and Clothing House ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Holland's Shoe and Clothing House showing two young children polishing a large boot on wheels. Back of card is blank. Address given on front of card:
551 & 553 Main Street,
Kansas...

71. Isadore Penner Isadore Penner December/24/1954 Obituary for Isadore Penner, operator of the I. Penner Clothing store at 1327 Main Street for 35 years, dying at the age of 51 in 1954.

72. 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...

73. 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...

74. Jack Henry: 75 Years of Style Jack Henry: 75 Years of Style December 1, 2005 Article gives a history of the Jack Henry men's clothing store that opened its first store on the Country Club Plaza in 1931.

75. Jacob Rubin Obituary Jacob Rubin Obituary August/1/1956 Obituary for Jacob Rubin, operator of a clothing store at 1423 Grand Avenue dying at the age of 84 on July 31, 1956.

76. 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...

77. Joseph Cahn, The People's Clothier Joseph Cahn, The People's Clothier ca. 1867-1872 Advertising card for "Joseph Cahn, The People's Clothier." Front of card has only text in fancy fonts including: "Bismark,.""Look well for the name over the door. I have no branch stores," and a poem advertising...

78. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Illustration and description of the business of "Van Orden Shoulder and Skirt Supporting Corsets, Chas. Pringle & Co., general agents for Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Dakota, Louisiana,...

79. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Merchant tailor, nos. 110 and 112 West Fifth Street.

80. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Description of the business dealing in "hats, caps, gloves, canes, and umbrellas, 608 Main Street."