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1. 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 Photo and bio of Colonel Kersey Coates, a prominent realtor and promoter from Pennsylvania, moving to Kansas City in 1854 and before the war "engaged in various enterprises, such as banking, dealing in...

2. The History of Jackson County, Missouri The History of Jackson County, Missouri //1881 (1966 in second edition) Numerous references to and descriptions of Colonel Kersey Coates in the history of Kansas City, on pages 132, 421, 429-430, 435, 437, 439, 444-446, 461, 472, 475, 480, 485, 489, 499-500, 551, 565, 568,...

3. Society Receives Picture of Kersey Coates Society Receives Picture of Kersey Coates February//1961 Photo and description of the "earliest known picture" of Colonel Kersey Coates, an early and prominent Kansas City realtor and promoter.

4. Released from Pain: Colonel Kersey Coates Quietly Passes into the Great Unknown Released from Pain: Colonel Kersey Coates Quietly Passes into the Great Unknown April/25/1887 Portrait and obituary article about Colonel Kersey Coates (1824-1887), a prominent realtor and city promoter, describing his career here after arriving in the mid-1850s.

5. Old Elmwood Cemetery Special: Burial Site Resting Place of Hundreds Old Elmwood Cemetery Special: Burial Site Resting Place of Hundreds April-May-June//1982 Article about Elmwood Cemetery, a historic burial site for many of the city's pioneers.

6. Noted Figures in Early Kansas City Theater Noted Figures in Early Kansas City Theater 2007 Author Londre includes information about some of the more prominent names in the promotion and production of early theater offerings in Kansas City, like Hudson and Judah (Kansas City Amusement Association),...

7. Mr. & Mrs. Kersey Coates Mr. & Mrs. Kersey Coates File contains biographical information about Kersey Coates (1823-1887), a prominent Kansas City promoter and developer, and his wife Sarah Chandler Coates(1829-1897), a prominent Kansas City suffragette....

8. 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 Kersey Coates as president of the Board of Trade in 1881.

9. Kersey Coates: The Man behind Quality Hill Kersey Coates: The Man behind Quality Hill December//1991 Photo and biographical article about Colonel Kersey Coates (1823-1887) and his residential development Downtown following the Civil War called Quality Hill.

10. Kersey Coates Residence Kersey Coates Residence

11. Kersey Coates Residence Kersey Coates Residence Full frontal and side view; located on southwest corner of 10th and Pennsylvania.

12. Kersey Coates Residence Kersey Coates Residence 1868 An early Kansas City view of the Quality Hill area showing a partial side view of what is believed to be the Kersey Coates home, with man believed to be Kersey Coates on horse in foreground. Other family...

13. Kersey Coates Residence Kersey Coates Residence Distant frontal view; located at southwest corner of 10th and Pennsylvania.

14. Kersey Coates Residence Kersey Coates Residence Distant frontal view; located at southwest corner of 10th and Pennsylvania.

15. Kersey Coates and Family Kersey Coates and Family Coates family seated on porch of home.

16. Kersey Coates Kersey Coates Clippings about prominent 19th century Kansas Citian Kersey Coates.

17. Kersey Coates Kersey Coates Bio of Kersey Coates, a prominent Kansas City emigrant from Pennsylvania in 1855, settling in the Gillis House. Influential in making the city a non-slave supporting one. Built the first house on Quality...

18. Kersey Coates Kersey Coates Portrait of Kersey Coates.

19. Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital March//1959 Mention of Kersey Coates as one of the men, along with Johnston Lykins and Theodore Case, appointed by the Chamber of Commerce in 1864 "to reorganize the Kansas City, Galveston and Lake Superior" railroad,...

20. Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital Kansas City's Hannibal Bridge: Western Town-Booming and Eastern Capital March//1959 Description of John Reid, "a lawyer, platter of Reid's Addition, and a chief negotiator with eastern investors" along with Robert Van Horn and Kersey Coates in the building of the Hannibal Bridge.