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Hallmark Cards (13)
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1. A Card for You Today A Card for You Today December//1950 Photos (of several old Hallmark cards), illustrations, and article about the set-backs (especially the headquarters burning down in 1917 in Downtown Kansas City) and growth of the Hallmark Cards company...

2. A Million Greetings a Day A Million Greetings a Day August//1949 Biographical article about Joyce Hall, "America's most prolific publisher of greeting cards," with the history of Hallmark Cards and an illustration of one of his customers.

3. Along the Highways and Biways of Finance Along the Highways and Biways of Finance August/13/1950 Photo and biographical article about Joyce Hall, president of Hallmark, with his friend, Winston Churchill, "former prime minister of Great Britain," describing the company's plans to print Churchill's...

4. Biography of Joyce C. Hall (1891-1982), Founder of Hallmark Cards Biography of Joyce C. Hall (1891-1982), Founder of Hallmark Cards 2003

5. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of Joyce Hall, or J. C. Hall, president of Hall Brothers, Incorporated, at 25th and Grand Avenues, born in Nebraska in 1891 and establishing his firm in 1909, with his brother, Rollie...

6. Corporations: Card Shark Corporations: Card Shark February/13/1950 Photo and description of Joyce Hall and his company, "Kansas City's Hall Brothers, Inc., world's largest greeting-card makers," grossing $15-18 million in 1949, and claiming "quite a few innovations" with...

7. Current Biography: Who's News and Why Current Biography: Who's News and Why 1953 Photo and bio of Joyce Hall, "President of Hall Brothers, Inc.," the "largest greeting card concern in the world" at 25th and Grand Avenues in Kansas City. He was born in David City, Nebraska, in 1891...

8. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Short biography of greeting card company (Hallmark) organizationer Joyce C. Hall (1891-1982) written by William S. Worley. Includes citations.

9. Founder of Hallmark Is Dead at 91: Joyce C. Hall Built His Empire in Greeting Cards Founder of Hallmark Is Dead at 91: Joyce C. Hall Built His Empire in Greeting Cards October/29/1982 Photos and obituary article about Joyce Hall (1891-1982), founder and chairman of the board of Hallmark Cards in Kansas City in 1909, born on August 29, 1891, in David City, Nebraska, and dying on October...

10. Four Million Greetings a Day: Selling All Those Cards Has Made Hallmark's Joyce Hall a Cultural Force Four Million Greetings a Day: Selling All Those Cards Has Made Hallmark's Joyce Hall a Cultural Force Who Sponsors Art Shows and Shakespeare on TV June/8/1958 Photos and biographical article about Joyce Hall and his prolific greeting card company in Kansas City, Hallmark Cards, with details about the company's operations and his career.

11. H. Roe Bartle and Joyce Hall H. Roe Bartle and Joyce Hall circa 1950s Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle stands with Joyce Hall, founder of Hallmark Cards. Location not given.

12. Hallmark's Century Hallmark's Century January 10, 2010 Greeting-card pioneer Hallmark Cards, Inc., is celebrating 100 years of operation in Kansas City. The article describes the history of Hallmark, founded by Joyce Hall in 1910, its operations, and how the...

13. House Is Moved over Hilltops in Creating Bit of Old South: Chinquapin Lodge, Suburban Home of Joyce House Is Moved over Hilltops in Creating Bit of Old South: Chinquapin Lodge, Suburban Home of Joyce C. Hall, Suggests the Plantation "Mansion," but Includes Innovations and Club Facilities--on to Completion Now after Development August/10/1930 Illustrated diagram and article about the relocation process of the Georgian style house of Joyce Hall, called "Chinquapin Lodge," across 800 feet of hills in Leawood, Kansas, with description of its array...

14. Joyce C. Hall Joyce C. Hall 1979 Head and shoulders portrait.

15. Joyce C. Hall Joyce C. Hall Head and shoulders portrait.

16. Joyce C. Hall Joyce C. Hall Information about Joyce Hall (1891-1991), founder and chairman of Hallmark Cards, Incorporated, a native of Nebraska starting out with bookstores and postcards before coming to Kansas City in 1909 and...

17. Joyce Hall Joyce Hall 2002 Item describes the relationship between Joyce Hall, founder of Hallmark Cards, and Walt Disney. In his memoir, Hall credits Disney with influencing his ideas for the design of Crown Center.

18. Joyce Hall Is Thinking of You Joyce Hall Is Thinking of You December//1958 Article about Joyce Hall and his Hallmark Cards greeting card company in Kansas City, with numerous photos and descriptions about his management of operations and artistic designs behind the company's...

19. Joyce Hall of Hallmark Joyce Hall of Hallmark November-December//1973 Photos and biographical article about Joyce Hall, founder and president of Hallmark Cards in Kansas City, discussing his career, the history of his business, "one of the country's best known and most prestigious...

20. Leaders in Our Town Leaders in Our Town 1952 Photo and bio of Joyce Hall, president of Hall Brothers, Incorporated at 2505 Grand Avenue, later becoming Hallmark Cards, starting the greeting card company in 1909-1910 in Kansas City after being raised...