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1. 'Globe-Trotting' Refrigerators Are Made in K. C. 'Globe-Trotting' Refrigerators Are Made in K. C. 1950 Entry for Viking Refrigerators, Incorporated, with the history of the company founded in 1904 by Walter S. Dickey, who also "manufactured miles of clay pipe for the town's water and sewer system and was...

2. 3410 Troost Avenue and 504 Walrond Avenue 3410 Troost Avenue and 504 Walrond Avenue 1903 Photos of the residences of Benjamin Burd, at 3410 Troost Avenue, and of Walter Dickey, at 504 Walrond Avenue.

3. Biography of Walter S. Dickey (1862-1931), Newspaper Owner Biography of Walter S. Dickey (1862-1931), Newspaper Owner 2003

4. Globe Surety Company List of Directors Globe Surety Company List of Directors September 1912 List of directors of the Globe Surety Company published in 1912.

5. Jason Rogers and His Investigations of the Kansas City Star Jason Rogers and His Investigations of the Kansas City Star 2007 During the 1920s, Walter Dickey, the owner of the Kansas City Journal and the Kansas City Post, hired newspaperman Jason Rogers to look into the business practices of The Kansas City Star. This book contains...

6. Kansas City Illustrated 1902 Kansas City Illustrated 1902 1902 Photo of the Sewer Pipe Plant Number 1 in an ad for the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company, owned by Walter S. Dickey.

7. Kansas City Post Kansas City Post 1933 Chapter describes the involvement of Harry Tammen and Frederick Bonfils in the life of the Kansas City Post. Bonfils and Tammen, owners of the Denver Post, purchased the Kansas City Post in 1909 for a...

8. Mrs. Marion Bates Sharp Obituary Mrs. Marion Bates Sharp Obituary July/25/1971 Obituary for Mrs. Marion Bates Sharp, or Marion Sharp (dying at the age of 75 in 1971), a daughter of Walter Dicky, founder of the old Kansas City Journal and the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company....

9. Postcards from Our Past Postcards from Our Past Fall 2006 Article contains photographs and brief histories of buildings at the University of Missouri-Kansas City's Volker and Hospital Hill Campuses. Buildings include Oxford Hall (Edwin W. Shields residence),...

10. Prominent People at Dickey Residence Prominent People at Dickey Residence 1954 Photo and description of a gathering of prominent people at the Walter Dickey residence at 5100 Rockhill Road. Included was Vice-President Calvin Coolidge (later President).

11. Roger Gilman Roger Gilman December 22, 1931 Roger Gilman was the architect of the Dickey residence at 5100 Rockhill Road. Roger Gilman, architect, is listed in the Kansas City city directories as follows: 1913 at 1011 Gloyd Building Office 1916...

12. Sewer Pipe Special Sewer Pipe Special June 1899 Article describing the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company and the sewer pipe goods being shipped to various parts of Mexico. Mr. Dickey sees the advantages of Mexico as a trade field for other manufacturers...

13. To Sell Herefords of Dickey Estate: Executors Will Dispose of 500 Cattle from 850 Head To Sell Herefords of Dickey Estate: Executors Will Dispose of 500 Cattle from 850 Head March/9/1931 Article about the sale of the "Famous Walter Dickey Herd" of cattle, following "the death of Walter S. Dickey, one of the most widely known business men in Kansas City and its trade territory."

14. Walter Dickey Walter Dickey 1938 Photo and description of Walter Dickey, co-organizer of the Kansas City Missouri River Navigation company, and his efforts to improve the river channel for riverboat traffic and development, starting in...

15. Walter Dickey Walter Dickey 1902 Photo and bio of Walter Dickey, "president of the W. S. Dickey Clay Mfg. Co., and proprietor of several large sewer-pipe and clay-working plants," moving from Toronto, Canada, to Kansas City in 1885, involved...

16. Walter Dickey Walter Dickey 1925 Photo and bio of Walter Dickey, "manufacturer and publisher," arriving in Kansas City in 1885 from Canada, founder of "the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company, manufacturers of burned clay products,"...

17. Walter Dickey Walter Dickey 1902 Photo and bio of Walter Dickey, "president of the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company," moving to Kansas City in 1885 from Canada, "selected as Missouri's member on the Vice-Presidential Notification...

18. Walter Dickey Walter Dickey Head and shoulders portrait.

19. Walter Halliwell, Walter Dickey, and Moritz Eyssell Walter Halliwell, Walter Dickey, and Moritz Eyssell 1890 Photos and biographical sketches of Walter Halliwell (president of the Thorn-Hunkin Cement Company at 1007 Walnut Street with warehouses at 8th and Mill Streets), Walter Dickey (president of the W. S....

20. Walter S. Dickey Walter S. Dickey 1906 Biographical sketch of Walter S. Dickey, "president of the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company," moving to this city in 1885 from Toronto, Canada, involved in Republican party politics.