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1. Albert A. Taylor Residence Albert A. Taylor Residence 12-May-33 View from the northwest garden of the Albert A. Taylor residence, 1230 W. 64th Street. Taylor was Chairman of the John Taylor Dry Goods Co.

2. Bennett Bridge Game Murder Trial, John E. Troup Bennett Bridge Game Murder Trial, John E. Troup March 4, 1931 John E. Troup, "connected with the John Taylor Dry Goods company, was one of several state's witnesses to testify yesterday to the general good reputation of John G. Bennett, slain husband of Mrs. Myrtle...

3. Business Firms Business Firms ca.1915-1925 Folder includes a pamphlet/brochure for the following companies: John Taylor Dry Goods Co., Mindlin's Store, and The Practical Finance Company, Ltd. All were Kansas City businesses.

4. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of Albert Allen Taylor, or Albert Taylor, chairman of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company at 1034 Main Street. Born in Kansas City in 1889 and joining his father's company about 1910....

5. 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....

6. H. Kenneth Taylor Obituary H. Kenneth Taylor Obituary January/12/1962 Obituary for H. Kenneth Taylor, a former vice-president of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company dying at the age of 60 on January 12, 1962.

7. It's Macy's Now: Name Change from John Taylor's Revealed at Dedication Yesterday It's Macy's Now: Name Change from John Taylor's Revealed at Dedication Yesterday October 16, 1949 Macy's absorbed John Taylor's in 1947. The announcement of the name change from John Taylor's to Macy's was made on October 15, 1949, at a cornerstone-laying ceremony at the store. Macy's formally opened...

8. Jaccard's Jewelry Store Jaccard's Jewelry Store Postcard of Jaccard's Jewelry Store

9. John Taylor Dry Goods Company John Taylor Dry Goods Company 2 promotional postcards of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company

10. John Taylor Dry Goods Company John Taylor Dry Goods Company [1929] Folder contains a letter written on the store's letterhead, addressed to Mrs. Warren and written by Alice Cummings. Includes posted envelope dated, Feb. 15, 1929. Letter describes a situation with an employee....

11. John Taylor Dry Goods Company John Taylor Dry Goods Company Postcard of the interior of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company

12. John Taylor Dry Goods Company - Main Street John Taylor Dry Goods Company - Main Street 2 promotional postcards pictures of the John Taylor Dry Goods Company store on Main Street facing Petticoat Lane

13. Jones Dry Goods Company Jones Dry Goods Company Postcard of the Jones Dry Goods Company building

14. Macy's To End 39-Year Stay in KC Area Macy's To End 39-Year Stay in KC Area December 31, 1986 Macy's announced it would sell its Kansas City area stores. They came to Kansas City in March 1947, buying the old John Taylor Dry Goods Store.

15. Main Street Main Street 1900 Looking north along Main Street from 11th. Seen in the photo are Taylor Dry Goods Co. (west side of Main), Holland Shoe Store (east side of Main), and a distant view of the Junction.

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

17. Over Three Million Dollars Over Three Million Dollars March/14/1914 Title referring to funds spent on new Downtown buildings as a group. Illustration and description of the new John Taylor Dry Goods Company store building on Main Street.

18. Over Three Million Dollars Over Three Million Dollars March 1914 Photo of the store building on Main Street designed by architects Holabird & Roche.

19. Petticoat Lane, West from Walnut Petticoat Lane, West from Walnut Postcard of Petticoat Lane, West from Walnut

20. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p008 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p008 1895-1907 Northern part of early Kansas City from W. 9th Street south to W. 11th Street and from Central Street east to Main Street. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page showing adjoining area.