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1. About Town About Town February/20/1969

2. B. S. Flersheim and Co. B. S. Flersheim and Co. 1879 Description of "one of the largest wholesale liquor establishments in Kansas City," at 414 Delaware Street.

3. Before Prohibition, during Prohibition and Now Before Prohibition, during Prohibition and Now August//1943 Article lamenting the social and economic problems caused by alcohol production, sale, and consumption, especially by young people, both before and after the Prohibition era.

4. Behind Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins. .. Behind Brand Names: A Look at Four Local Firms That Have Outgrown Their Origins. .. August//1981 Article about the Berbiglia liquor store chain started by Mike Berbiglia (pictured at the age of 30 in 1934) just after the end of Prohibition (first selling liquor at his grocery store in 1933 at 31st...

5. Bonnet, Book, and Hatchet Bonnet, Book, and Hatchet December//1957 Photos, illustration, and biographical article about Carry Nation (1846-1911), a religious zealot and violent prohibitionist wielding an axe in turn-of-the-century Kansas. Description of her life and career,...

6. Bootleggers Bootleggers Photo and multiple articles on the bootleggers (illegal alcohol dealers) of Kansas City and Missouri from the Prohibition era into the 1950s, such as James Samuel Weinberg, Paul "Needlenose" Labriola,...

7. Charles Mohrle Charles Mohrle 1908 Biographical sketch of Charles Mohrle, "a representative of prominent brewing companies" in Kansas City until moving to Milwaukee in 1909. Born in Germany in 1867 and emigrating to Kansas City in 1886...

8. City Government [and] Home Rule and the Saloons City Government [and] Home Rule and the Saloons August/14/1909 Two consecutive articles about the Kansas City area. Description in the first about forms of city government in Kansas City, Kansas, other cities in Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. Description in the...

9. Dornseif & Son Dornseif & Son 1879 Description of "Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Delicacies" at 1222 Grand Avenue owned by John Doenseif and his son John C. Dornseif.

10. Drennon and Werk Drennon and Werk 1879 Description of "Wholesale Liquor Dealers" located at 104 West 3rd Street.

11. E. L. Martin & Co. E. L. Martin & Co. 1879 Profile of company founded in 1868 by E. L. Martin and and [Charles G.] Perrin. As well as an establishment at 404 Delaware St. and 107 West Fourth Street stocking wines and spirits, they owned and operated...

12. E. L. Martin and Company E. L. Martin and Company May 1886 Importers and wholesale liquor dealers, nos. 302 and 304 West Sixth Street, with illustration of the building.

13. Flood Disaster: Kansas City--1951 Flood Disaster: Kansas City--1951 1951 Photo of Riverside grocery and liquor stores half-submerged under flood water at "stage 32.4 feet."

14. Frank Schudy Obituary Frank Schudy Obituary July/24/1963 Obituary article about Frank Schudy, a former employee of Tom Pendergast dying at the age of 59 in 1963. Former manager of the old Shubert Theater at 10th and Baltimore Avenues in the 1920s and 1930s and...

15. Frank Schudy Sr. Frank Schudy Sr. May 18, 1963 Obituary for Frank Schudy, the manager of the Shubert Theater during the 1920s-1930s, at 10th and Baltimore Avenue, dying at the age of 59 in 1963. Also former employee of Tom Pendergast and owner of the...

16. H. Mooney City Directory Listings H. Mooney City Directory Listings 1878-1910 Entries in city directories: 1878-1880: no entry; 1881: Mooney, H. liquors, 1029 Main; 1882-1884: Mooney, H. saloon, 1029 Main; 1885: Mooney, H. saloon, 1023 Main; 1886: Mooney, H. saloon, 813 Delaware...

17. Imperial Kansas City, 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City, 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources 1900 Description of the business of John Spengler, proprietor of "the oldest house" in the wholesale liquor trade in Kansas City, established in 1868 at 418 Delaware Street.

18. Jacob Rieger And Company Liquors Jacob Rieger And Company Liquors City directory entries: (1) first entry in 1899 as Rieger, Jacob & Co., liquors, 1527 Genesee; (2) 1900 as Rieger, J. & Co., wholesale liquors, 1527 Genesee; (3) 1917 as Rieger, J. & Co., wholesale and...

19. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Direct importers from Europe of claret, burgundy rhine champagne wines and brandies, no. 305 Delaware Street.

20. Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance Kansas City--An Illustrated Review of Its Progress and Importance May//1886 Description of the business of M. Hofmann, "The Oldest Liquor House in the Missouri Valley, No. 319 West Fifth Street," arriving in Kansas City in 1857 from Leavenworth, Kansas.