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61. 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...

62. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 1905 Illustration of the Burnham-Hanna-Munger store building with motor car and buggy traffic and a short description of the business.

63. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 1905 Fine illustration of the Emery, Bird, Thayer store with a brief business description.

64. Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 Greater Kansas City Official Year Book 1904-05 1905 Illustration of the Jones Dry Goods Company at 12th and Main Streets.

65. H. Kenneth Taylor Obituary H. Kenneth Taylor Obituary January/12/1962 Obituary for H. Kenneth Taylor, a former vice-president of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company dying at the age of 60 on January 12, 1962.

66. 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...

67. H. T. Poindexter H. T. Poindexter January/25/1931 Portrait and biographical article about H. T. Poindexter, head of the H. T. Poindexter & Sons wholesale dry goods company in Kansas City since the 1890s.

68. Hall Store Building (Country Club Plaza) Hall Store Building (Country Club Plaza) 1975 Partial frontal and side view; located at 211 Nichols Road on the Country Club Plaza.

69. Hall's Store Building Hall's Store Building Full frontal view; located at 1114-16 Grand.

70. Halls Celebrates 40 Years on the Country Club Plaza Halls Celebrates 40 Years on the Country Club Plaza October 1, 2005 The Halls store at 211 Nichols Road opened for business on October 4, 1965. Article reviews the store's departments and the building (''large squares of concrete embedded with pink quartz''). Period photographs...

71. Harry T. Poindexter Harry T. Poindexter Photos, illustrations, and information on Harry Poindexter, president of the H. T. Poindexter & Sons wholesale dry goods company at 801 Broadway with residence at 610 East 45th Street (pictured) in the...

72. Harzfeld's Department Store Harzfeld's Department Store Postcard of the Harzfeld's Department Store Building

73. 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...

74. 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...

75. How Children Learn about Trade Books in Kansas City How Children Learn about Trade Books in Kansas City August 26, 1939 Map, photos, and article about the "[l]ocation of the principal bookshops and branch libraries in Kansas City," with special reference to books and their promotion for children and juveniles. Description...

76. It's Macy's Now: Name Change from John Taylor's Revealed at Dedication Yesterday It's Macy's Now: Name Change from John Taylor's Revealed at Dedication Yesterday October 16, 1949 Macy's absorbed John Taylor's in 1947. The announcement of the name change from John Taylor's to Macy's was made on October 15, 1949, at a cornerstone-laying ceremony at the store. Macy's formally opened...

77. 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...

78. J.C. Penney and H. Roe Bartle Cutting Ceremonial Ribbon J.C. Penney and H. Roe Bartle Cutting Ceremonial Ribbon January 2, 1957 J.C. (James Cash) Penney (second from left, wearing bow tie) and Mayor H. Roe Bartle (far right) cutting ribbon to commemorate the opening of a J.C. Penney store on the northeast corner of 31st and Troost....

79. J.C. Penney Store Opening J.C. Penney Store Opening January 2, 1957 Unidentified members of a crowd celebrating the opening of a J.C. Penney store on the northeast corner of 31st and Troost.

80. John Taylor Dry Goods Company John Taylor Dry Goods Company [1929] Folder contains a letter written on the store's letterhead, addressed to Mrs. Warren and written by Alice Cummings. Includes posted envelope dated, Feb. 15, 1929. Letter describes a situation with an employee....