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Carrie Westlake Whitne...
150 Facts About Kansas City
List of 150 facts prepared for the sesquicentennial of Kansas City in 2000.
31st Street and Troost Avenue
February 20, 1916
Intersection of 31st Street and Troost Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. The Second Church of Christ Scientist is partially visible on one corner and Paul L. Hes... Drugs and the Westover Pharmacy on another....
63rd and Wyandotte
September 3, 1940
Looking southeast from the northwest corner of 63rd and Wyandotte. This portion of Wyandotte later renamed Brookside Plaza. A Parkview Drugstore is in view.
A Crowning Achievement
History of the drugstore chain.
A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Mo.
Biographical sketch of Dr. H. C. Morrison, "druggist, and a member of the upper council, Kansas City. Born in Maryland in 1843 and serving the Union in the Civil War before coming to Kansas City in 1870...
Advertising Card Scrapbook Page 81 with Kansas City Businesses
Scrapbook page containing nine advertising cards from Kansas City businesses showing:
1. Four cats. Card says: "Eyssell's Model Pharmacy. We mew for Eyssell Bros. Ginger Ale. Kansas City. Exposition....
Full frontal and side view of the Argyle Building; located on the northeast corner of 12th and McGee. Shows Katz Drug Store as first floor tenant and the sign on top of the building says Empress Burlesque....
Biographical sketch of August Breunert, "vice-president of the College of Pharmacy, of Kansas City," moving from Poland to America in the mid-1800s, learning the drug business in Leavenworth, Kansas, and...
Full frontal and side view.
Biography of Isaac Katz (1879-1956), Owner of Katz Drug Stores
Brunswick Drug Store
Advertising card for Brunswick Drug Store with image of a bouquet of flowers. Card is embossed. Front of card says: "Sample of Seely's Perfume. Compliments of Brunswick Drug Store, J. S. Cooper, Prop."...
Business Then and Now
Footnote about the article's author, James Clark Horton, or James Horton of Kansas City, Missouri. Born in New York in 1837 and moving to Lawrence, Kansas in 1857, becoming a state senator there in 1874...
C. I. Hood & Co.
Advertising card for C. I. Hood & Co. showing a girl having a tea party with two puppies or dogs. Card is shaped like a plate and has a number of cracks around the edge. Front of card says: "Hoods Tooth...
C. Morris Watkins Obituary
Obituary for C. Morris Watkins, a prominent druggist helping to found Crown Drug Company chain before dying at the age of 80 on March 27, 1970.
Cephas R. Hallar Dies: Two Years Ago Pioneer Druggist Retired from Business
Obituary for Cephas Hallar, a long-time druggist, born in Independence, Missouri, about 1847 and coming to Kansas City in 1880, dying here at the age of 81.
Church Buys Katz Building
September 29, 2011
The former Katz drug store building at 3948 Main St. was auctioned off and purchased by Redeemer Fellowship Church, which opened in 2008 at 3921 Baltimore. "The purchase price was not disclosed." The art...
Col. Thomas Rosser of Westport, Missouri
Biographical article about Colonel Thomas Rosser, "an ardent pro-slavery man" moving to Kansas from Virginia in 1856 and later the same year to Westport as a druggist at about "the southeast corner of...
Cowtown Chronicles: "Hey, Ma, What's for Dinner?"
Photo and description of the Fannie Farmer cookbook of the 1800s in an article about pioneer cooking and eating in the Kansas City area. Description of available foods (including at the City Market) and...
Full frontal and side view; located on northeast corner of 39th and Main.
Partial frontal view with owner Tom Evans and unidentified man in front of store.
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