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Dickey, Walter S
Helen jo Crissman
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M L Van Nada
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A Huge Job in Ceramics
Photo and article about the "[h]eroic masks of comedy and tragedy, said to be the largest ceramics [sic] pieces ever fired in this country" completed for placement in "the University of Kansas City Playhouse."...
Biography of Walter S. Dickey (1862-1931), Newspaper Owner
Centennial History: Deepwater, Missouri, 1885-1985
Description of the factory and workers of the W. S. Dickey Clay and Tile Factory, Clay Pits and Farm, in Deepwater, Missouri, with photos.
Developing New Products
The W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company is developing new products such as the sportsmen's target known as the "Dickey Bird" and fruit can cement [a sealing product] in granulated form rather than...
Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company, Drawing
Drawing of plant located in Pittsburg, Kansas.
Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company, Front View
Full frontal view of Sewer Pipe Plant Number 1; located in Deepwater, Missouri.
Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company, Rear View
Full rear view of plant; located in Deepwater, Missouri.
Dickey Clay Products Contribute to the Health, Happiness and Safety of the Community
History of the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company, responsible for hundreds of miles of "vitrified glazed clay sewer pipe" underlying Kansas City, founded in 1885.
Kansas City Illustrated 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.
Kansas City’s Carnival
Article describes a street fair held by Kansas City’s leading retail establishments in a five-block bazaar sponsored by Karnival Krewe. It describes the different companies and details their merchant...
Mrs. Marion Bates Sharp Obituary
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....
Obituary for Mrs. Fred Dickey
June 26, 1965
Obituary for Mrs. Fred Dickey, widow of Fred L. Dickey of the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company.
President Harry Truman
Photos, illustrations, and information on President Harry Truman (1884-1972) and his family of Jackson County, Missouri.
Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p349
Northeastern part of early Kansas City in the industrial areas along the rail lines, showing buildings, streets, and the railroad lines. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining area....
Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 5, 1909-1938, Page p614
A portion of Kansas City at the intersection of N. Monroe Avenue and Nicholson Avenue, showing the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company and Missouri Pacific Railroad roundhouse. Large numbers at edges...
SC163 Kansas City Public Works Collection
1905-1978 and n.d.
This collection contains reports, correspondence, permits, regulations, blueprints, and notes concerning the operations of the Kansas City Public Works Department in the early to mid-20th century. The...
Sewer Pipe Special
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...
The New Directors
Photo of Fred Dickey, general manager of the W. S. Dickey Clay Manufacturing Company and a new director of the Commercial Club.
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,"...
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...
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