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1205 W. 60th Terrace, Residence of Charles S. Keith, Head, Central Coke and Coal Co.; Mayor, Kansas City, Missouri, 1939
The Book of Missourians
Biographical sketch of Charles Keith, "general manager of the Central Coal & Coke Company," born in Kansas City in 1873 as the son of the company's founder, Richard Keith.
Kansas City, Missouri: Pictorial and Biographical
Biographical sketch of Charles Keith, "president and general manager of the Central Coal & Coke Company" starting in 1907, born in Kansas City in 1873 as the son of the company's founder in 1871, Richard...
Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908
Photo (of company founder Richard Keith, father of Charles) and bio of Charles Keith, "president and general manager of the Central Coal & Coke Company, the largest concern of the kind in the southwest,"...
Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work
Photo and bio of Charles Keith, "president and general manager of the Central Coal and Coke Company, one of the largest concerns of its kind in the United States," born in Kansas City in 1873 and later...
Kansas City in Caricature
Illustrated caricature of Charles Keith, president of Central Coal & Coke Company.
Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men
Photo and bio of Charles Keith, president and general manager of the Central Coal & Coke Company, born in Kansas City in 1873 as the son of Richard Keith, the company's founder, with residence at 645 Westover...
Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918
Photo and bio of Charles Keith, president of the Central Coal & Coke Company and head of various other coal and lumber companies in South. Description of his life and career, born in Kansas City in 1873...
Photo and bio of Charles Keith (1873-1945), mayor of Kansas City in 1939 and president of the Central Coal & Coke Company in the Keith & Perry Building at 9th and Walnut Streets. Description of his life...
SC85 Charles S. Stevenson Papers Finding Aid
Charles S. Stevenson was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in 1895, but grew up in Olathe, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. He worked at Hallmark Cards from the end of World War I until 1960. After retirement...
Description and history of the house built in 1914 in the Sunset Hill subdivision for Charles S. Keith, president and general manager of the Central Coal & Coke Company. J. C. Nichols bought the house...
Coal News in Brief Paragraphs: Kansas City
April 20, 1922
Short biographical information about Charles Keith, president of Central Coal & Coke Company, as well as other Kansas City coal news.
Who's Who in Kansas City
Portraits and biographical article about Charles Keith, "president [of the] Central Coal and Coke Company and associated companies," born in Kansas City in 1873 and joining his father's (Richard Keith)...
The New Officers
Photos of William Kemper, Sr. (president of the Commerce Trust Company and treasurer of the Kansas City Commercial Club), Charles Keith (president of the Central Coal & Coke Company and president-elect...
Cities Do Not Grow, They Are Built
Photos and descriptions of officers of the Commercial Club, including Charles Keith (president), William Kemper (treasurer), Charles Butler (second vice president), Homer Mann (third vice president), and...
C. S. Keith's New Home
Illustration, map, and article about the new mansion of Charles Keith, or C. S. Keith, "the president of the Central Coal and Coke Company" at 1200 Santa Fe Road, projected to be "one of the largest in...
Mr. Keith's Valedictory
Review by the retiring club president of the work and accomplishments of the club during his administation.
Thirteen Former Presidents of Chamber Attending Annual Meeting Are Photographed
Photo of Charles Keith and Leon Smith, et al., among 11 other former presidents of the Chamber of Commerce in 1918.
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