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1. 54-56 Janssen Place Opens to Friends 54-56 Janssen Place Opens to Friends October//1977 History and description of the residence originally home to the founder of the Jenkins Music Company, J. W. Jenkins, at 54-56 Janssen Place.

2. At the Helm of the Y. M. D. At the Helm of the Y. M. D. April/2/1918 Photos of John Jenkins III, secretary, and W. Malcolm Lowry, vice chairman, in a group photo of officers and members of the Young Men's Division of the Chamber of Commerce, formerly the Commercial Club....

3. Biography of John Wesley Jenkins (1864-1932), Music Store Owner Biography of John Wesley Jenkins (1864-1932), Music Store Owner 1999

4. Final Note Final Note January/10/2000 File contains an article about the end of the Jenkins Music Company, founded in 1878 as J. W. Jenkins & Sons by John Woodward Jenkins, in Kansas City. Description of its history (with other articles in...

5. Jenkins House from the Southeast Jenkins House from the Southeast 6-May-33 3654 Janssen Place, Residence of Mrs. John W. Jenkins, President, Jenkins Music Co. (Mr.)

6. Jenkins Music Company Jenkins Music Company The Jenkins Music Company was founded in 1878 by John Woodward Jenkins, or John Jenkins (1827-1890), who is buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri.

7. Jenkins Sons' Music Building, Ground Breaking Jenkins Sons' Music Building, Ground Breaking circa 1911 J. W. Jenkins, president, and other officers of the company, break ground on the 1217 Walnut building.

8. John Wesley Jenkins, an Outstanding Citizen John Wesley Jenkins, an Outstanding Citizen December/10/1932 Photo and obituary for John Wesley Jenkins, merchant of a music store in Kansas City starting in the late 1800s, dying in 1932. A director of the Chamber of Commerce, "two of the great banks of the city,"...

9. Kansas City Music Publishing: The First Fifty Years Kansas City Music Publishing: The First Fifty Years Winter//1991 A well footnoted article detailing the history of music publishing in Kansas City. Includes such names as: Abram Kimmell, Conover Brothers, J. W. Jenkins, Carl Hoffman, Charles N. Daniels, Charles L. Johnson,...