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1. Auto Delivery Wagons Auto Delivery Wagons January, 1902 Report and photograph of the first automobile delivery wagon in Kansas City, made by the Day Automobile Company for Geo. B. Peck Dry Goods Co. The vehicle was designed by W. T. Irvin of the Day Automobile...

2. Bringing Downtown Back: The Peck Building Bringing Downtown Back: The Peck Building November-December 1983 Photo and history of the Peck Building at 1044 Main Street designed in 1914.

3. Doggett's Doggett's February 1899 Photos of the store self-proclaimed as the "representative department store of the West," later to be bought by the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company.

4. Dollar Profit Style Dress Shop Dollar Profit Style Dress Shop 1930s Confidential listing of businesses in "the block on Main Street between 10th and Petticoat Lane (11th Street)" and also Walnut Street. Each business is described and a map showing addresses is included....

5. Frederick Heath Frederick Heath 1925 Photo and bio of Frederick Barber Heath, or Frederick Heath, president and treasurer of the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company, born in New York in 1863 and coming to Kansas City in 1889 as a stockholder...

6. George B. Peck Dry Goods George B. Peck Dry Goods 1905 Photo of the Peck Dry Goods store building.

7. George B. Peck Dry Goods Company George B. Peck Dry Goods Company Postcard of the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company building

8. George B. Peck Dry Goods Company George B. Peck Dry Goods Company September 12, 1970 The George B. Peck Dry Goods Company, 1044 Main Street (later known as Peck's) was formerly the Doggett Store Company, owned by John Doggett, who opened his first store in Kansas City in 1866. George B....

9. George B. Peck Dry Goods Company Building George B. Peck Dry Goods Company Building October-November 1980 Peck Dry Goods Building, designed by Root & Siemens, is now on National Register.

10. George Peck George Peck 1908 Photo and bio of George Peck (1863-1906), co-founder of the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company and a native of Detroit.

11. George Peck George Peck 1908 Photo and bio of George Peck (1863-1906), president of the dry goods or department store, the George B. Peck Company. Native of Detroit coming to Kansas City in 1889 as a partner of John Doggett as organizers...

12. 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...

13. Loren Grant Middaugh Loren Grant Middaugh Photos, illustrations, and information on Loren Grant Middaugh, or Loren Middaugh, commonly known as L. Grant Middaugh (ca. 1841-1930), a Kansas City architect for 42 years, with residence at 3700 Roberts...

14. Main Street, North from 12th Street Main Street, North from 12th Street Postcard of Main Street, North from 12th Street

15. Nelly Don Collection Finding Aid Nelly Don Collection Finding Aid circa 1920-1950 The Nelly Don Collection contains 35 black and white photographic prints donated to the Missouri Valley Special Collections in August 2001. The donor's aunt had been an employee of the Donnelly Garment...

16. Over Three Million Dollars Over Three Million Dollars March 14, 1914 Illustration and description of new Hotel Muehlebach at 12th Street and Baltimore Avenue and the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company. Modified colonial style, terra cotta trim, interior with mahogany, marble,...

17. Over Three Million Dollars Over Three Million Dollars March/14/1914 Photo and description of the building at 1044 Main Street.

18. Peck's Candy Factory Peck's Candy Factory December 1, 1902 Report on the George B. Peck Dry Goods Company--"one of Kansas City largest and handsomest stores"--opening a candy kitchen to supply its own candy department. Includes information on the candy-making...

19. Pecks Store Front Pecks Store Front 1936 Listed under the title, "An Example of Improvement in Retail District," this photo appeared in the February 18, 1936, "Kansas Citian." It shows the store front with current fashions. The caption below...

20. Root & Siemens Architectural Firm Root & Siemens Architectural Firm File contains photos, illustrations, and information on the Root & Siemens architectural firm of Kansas City including its partners Walter Root and George Siemens (ca. 1864-1951). Siemens, a native of...