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41. G.R. Kinney & Co., Delaware Building G.R. Kinney & Co., Delaware Building Postcard of the G. R. Kinney & Co. shoe store at the Delaware Building

42. Gateway Luggage in Impressive Growth Gateway Luggage in Impressive Growth 1950 Description of the Gateway Luggage Company started in 1938 at 415 Delaware Street, manufacturing all sorts of bags.

43. George Shelley George Shelley 1968 (first edition 1950) Photo and bio of George Shelley (1849-1927), mayor of Kansas City in 1878-1879. Native of Kentucky coming to Kansas City about 1868 as a wholesale dry goods merchant at 306 Delaware Street before becoming...

44. Gone but Not Forgotten: O. C. McWilliams, Pioneer Kansas City Banker Dies Gone but Not Forgotten: O. C. McWilliams, Pioneer Kansas City Banker Dies Winter 1995 Portrait and biographical article about Oliver McWilliams, or O. C. McWilliams (1827-1894), a pioneer banker of Kansas City. Description of his life and career as a native of Kentucky coming to Kansas...

45. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 1905 Photo of the old Board of Trade at 545 Delaware Street.

46. Group Will Convert Buildings in River Market into Condos Group Will Convert Buildings in River Market into Condos January 12-18, 2007 Article about the purchase of buildings in the River Market area, including the Ebenezer Building at 309 Delaware Street, for conversion into "more than 100 apartments being marketed for sale as condominiums,"...

47. H. T. Poindexter H. T. Poindexter November/10/1932 Obituary for H. T. Poindexter, "66, president of H. T. Poindexter & Sons, wholesale dry goods company," dying in 1932 at his residence at 610 East 45th Street. Native of Virginia coming to Kansas City...

48. Halsey Prudden City Directory Entry Halsey Prudden City Directory Entry 1885 Listings of Halsey Prudden as an architect with offices in the Delaware Block building at 702-704 Delaware Street and residence at the Brunswick Hotel or Hotel Brunswick. There are no entries for Halsey...

49. Henry Kumpf Henry Kumpf 1968 Photo and bio of Henry Kumpf (1830-1904), mayor of Kansas City from 1886 to 1888 and former "secretary of the Board of Education, auditor of the city four terms," etc. Description of his life and career...

50. Highest Points in Kansas City Highest Points in Kansas City September 11, 1949 Q.: What are the locations of the three highest points above sea level in Kansas City? According to the city engineer's office, the highest point in Kansas City is 1,026.84 feet above sea level at 73rd...

51. Historic Kansas City Architecture Historic Kansas City Architecture //1975 Photo and short description of the Pacific House hotel at 401-407 Delaware Street, headquarters of General Ewing in the Civil War, designed by architect Asa Beebe Cross.

52. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Portrait and biograhical sketch of John Byers, a realtor and banker from Virginia. He moved to several places before arriving in Kansas City in 1870 associated with the Mechanics' Bank, then the Hall &...

53. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Portrait and biographical sketch of John Richards, founder of the Richards & Conover Hardware Company and a former western Indian trader. Born in Virginia in 1834 and moving to Missouri in 1836 before...

54. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biographical sketch of Levi Albee Willard, or Levi Willard, a real estate developer with residence at 26th and Troost Avenues. Born in New York in 1832 and coming to Kansas City in 1879 as builder of "a...

55. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Biographical sketch of William Peake, co-founder of "the firm of Hingston, Coy & Peake, wholesale dealers in furnishing goods and clothing, and manufacturers, whose establishment is located at 533 and...

56. History of Kansas City, Missouri History of Kansas City, Missouri 1888 Portrait and biographical sketch of William Grimes, a merchant and business executive of Kansas City, who was born in Connecticut in 1825 and started out as a merchant and cattle rancher. Description of...

57. HKCF Purchases the Ebenezer Building HKCF Purchases the Ebenezer Building November-December//1984 History of the Ebenezer Building at 309-313 Delaware Street, beginning in 1890, the new headquarters of the Historic Kansas City Foundation.

58. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photo of the William Volker & Company window shade business at 618 Delaware Street.

59. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photo of 545 Delaware Street location of the bank.

60. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photos of (1) Delaware Street looking north from 7th Street, and (2) 9th Street, looking east from Wyandotte Street.