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21. Cecil Brothers Cecil Brothers 1879 Description of a business located at 425 Walnut Street carrying hay and grain. The three brothers who own this business are J. B. Cecil, H. C. Ceci,l and A. R. Cecil.

22. Charles Patrick Charles Patrick August/28/1968 Obituary for Charles Patrick, former vice-president of the Rudy-Patrick Seed Company, dying on August 27, 1968.

23. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index 1938 Biographical sketch of Benjamin Christopher, co-partner of B. C. Christopher & Company at the Board of Trade Building who was born in 1881 in Kansas City, a partner of the Swan Art Company in 1890 until...

24. City of Epitaphs City of Epitaphs May//1968 Article (written by a staff member of the Kansas City Public Library) about the history and growth of Kansas City from a western embarkation point to a cultural and grain industry center and "the nation's...

25. Columbian Stock Powders Develop Finer Livestock: Kansas City Products Sold All over America Columbian Stock Powders Develop Finer Livestock: Kansas City Products Sold All over America 1950 Description and photos of the Columbian Powders livestock feed company at 1457-1463 Genesee Street, established in 1888.

26. Death of E. D. Fisher Death of E. D. Fisher March 9, 1922 Obituary for E. D. Fisher, pioneer grain merchant and president of both the Board of Trade and his own E. D. Fisher Commission Company.

27. Deaths: Anton R. Hettelsater Deaths: Anton R. Hettelsater September/28/1969 Photo and obituary for Anton Hettelsater (~1898-1969), "76, of 409 East Meyer boulevard," dying on September 27, 1969, as the "founder, in 1920, and president of the Jones-Hettelsater Construction company."...

28. Deaths: Harry E. Surface Deaths: Harry E. Surface December/24/1952 Obituary for Harry Surface, "65 years old, president of the Harry E. Surface company," with residence at 1213 Wyandotte Street. Founder of the firm selling "supplies and equipment to grain and milling...

29. Dedicate New Trade Building: The Modern Structure Is Seen as World Market Center Dedicate New Trade Building: The Modern Structure Is Seen as World Market Center May/21/1966 Dedication ceremonies for the new building at 4800 Main Street, for Kansas City, world leader in hard winter wheat and grain sorghums at the time.

30. Diamond Mills Diamond Mills 1879 Description of a business located at the corner of Santa Fe and 8th Street that manufactures flour.

31. Dilday Mill (Dade County, Missouri) Dilday Mill (Dade County, Missouri) Information about the Dilday Mill in Dade County, Missouri, built in 1867 by John B. Dilday, an emigrant from Kansas in the grain industry, built on the site of the mill built in 1840 by Britton Finley,...

32. Duncan Tait Duncan Tait 1896 Biographical sketch of Duncan Tait, "supervising grain inspector of Missouri at Kansas City." Born in Canada in 1868 and raised in Taitville, Missouri before coming to Kansas City in 1893 as a miller.

33. F. Wilmot Taylor Obituary F. Wilmot Taylor Obituary September/18/1956 Obituary for F. Wilmot Taylor, founder of the old Taylor & Company Hay commission, dying on September 17, 1956.

34. Facts about Kansas City Facts about Kansas City May 1923 General information on Kansas City, including its history and present economy. Many statistics.

35. Filthy & Rich: Kansas City in the 19th Century Filthy & Rich: Kansas City in the 19th Century November/23/1997 Sixth in a monthly series of special sections of the Star on Kansas City in the 19th century. Focus on the growth and dominance of the meat packing industry with the Stockyards, starting in about 1870....

36. Finally Getting Noticed Finally Getting Noticed December 17, 2006 Trading activity at the 150-year-old commodities market, Kansas City Board of Trade, has soared in recent years. A seat at the Board of Trade sold for a record $320,000 in November 2006, twice what a seat...

37. Flour Milling in Kansas City: How Kansas City Grew to be Third Largest Milling Center Flour Milling in Kansas City: How Kansas City Grew to be Third Largest Milling Center August 31, 1920 History of the flour milling industry in Kansas City including list of working mills and their capacities and Kansas City flour output statistics for 1903 through 1919. Includes photographs of Ismert-Hincke...

38. Flour Mills of Yesterday and Now Flour Mills of Yesterday and Now September/10/1929 Article on the history of Kansas City's mills, including its 1929 flour mill industry.

39. Food Mart Unloaded: Kansas City, Kan., Gives Up, Leases Storm-Provoking Terminal to Private Corporation Food Mart Unloaded: Kansas City, Kan., Gives Up, Leases Storm-Provoking Terminal to Private Corporation for Year September/21/1940 Article about the end of the legal dispute between Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri, over the Kansas side's municipal "food terminal and its river-rail grain elevator, both located on the...

40. George Schaefer George Schaefer 1908 Photo and bio of George Schaefer (1844-1897), a native of Germany growing up in Kansas City and becoming a blacksmith and later "proprietor of a feed store at the site of the old family home on Main and...