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1. The Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association The Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association 1941 Mention of Andrew Drumm in a footnote as one of the organizers of the Cherokee Strip Live Stock Association in Caldwell, Kansas, in 1883.

2. Drumm Institute: A Helping Hand with a Closed Palm Drumm Institute: A Helping Hand with a Closed Palm Second Quarter//1953 Illustrations and article about the Andrew Drumm Institute, a school and work farm for orphaned boys (but not delinquents) "southeast of Independence, Missouri," "founded by the late Andrew Drumm, a livestock...

3. Drumm Graduate Records History Drumm Graduate Records History Fall//1979 Book review of "Andrew Drumm Institute--The First 50 Years," by Bill Richards, "a graduate of the institute in 1948," living in Grain Valley, Missouri, at a tree nursery and a trucking firm.

4. Bicentennial Theme: Society's Summer Gathering at Drumm Farm Bicentennial Theme: Society's Summer Gathering at Drumm Farm August//1976 Article about the program, at the Andrew Drumm Institute farm in Independence, awarding "owners of trees 'that were living that Revolutionary year, 1776,'" including at least two trees in Jackson County...

5. Benefactor of Boys--Andrew Drumm: A Real Humanitarian Benefactor of Boys--Andrew Drumm: A Real Humanitarian November//1975 Photo and biographical article about Andrew Drumm (1828~1919), "a forty-niner, trail driver, banker and cattle rancher," born in Ohio, traveling to the West and Kansas before arriving in Kansas City in...

6. Andrew Drumm Andrew Drumm Information about Andrew Drumm (1828-1919), a Forty-niner and cattle rancher, bequeathing his estate for the foundation of the Andrew Drumm Institute for Boys, started in 1929 for orphans and indigents...

7. Andrew Drumm Andrew Drumm n.d. Portrait view of Major Andrew Drumm, at an older age. Identified as “Kansas City Pioneers†with his name written across the back of the photograph.