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1. Biography of Robert A. Long (1850-1934), Lumberman Biography of Robert A. Long (1850-1934), Lumberman 2008

2. House from the Southeast House from the Southeast 8-May-34 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Residence of R. A Long, Co-Founder, Long-Bell Lumber Co.

3. House from the Southwest House from the Southwest 7-May-34 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Residence of R. A Long, Co-Founder, Long-Bell Lumber Co.

4. West Entrance from the Southwest West Entrance from the Southwest 7-May-34 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Residence of R. A Long, Co-Founder, Long-Bell Lumber Co.

5. Staircase - Grand Hall Staircase - Grand Hall n. d. 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Residence of R. A Long, Co-Founder, Long-Bell Lumber Co.

6. Invited By the Long Family Invited By the Long Family May/29/2002 A new exhibit entitled "An American Palace on Gladstone" is now open until the end of the year at the Kansas City Museum. It features in first-person accounts, the house and lifestyle of the Long Family....

7. Longview Farm: The Country Home of Mr. R. A. Long Longview Farm: The Country Home of Mr. R. A. Long May/15/1915 Article about Longview Farm, the country home of lumber magnate R. A. Long and his daughter and horse trainer Loula Long Combs in Lee's Summit, with photos.

8. Museum in a Debut Museum in a Debut May/6/1940 Article about the opening of the museum of Missouri River Valley history, the former R. A. Long 72-room mansion.

9. Kansas City's Philanthropic Tradition Kansas City's Philanthropic Tradition December 1, 2006 Article contains brief biographies of some the most important philanthropists in the history of Kansas City: Mary Atkins, Elizabeth and Uriah Spray Epperson, Ewing Marion Kauffman, Herbert and Linda Hall,...

10. Longview Transformed Longview Transformed August 15, 2005 Article describes Longview Farm Elementary School, scheduled to open its doors for the first time on August 22, 2005. The structure integrates the Longview Show Horse Arena, along with a 41,000 foot expansion,...

11. What's Old is New Again What's Old is New Again November/December 2004 Article describes New Longview, a planned community integrating the historic Longview Farm in Lee's Summit, Missouri. The community is based on the concept of "new urbanism," which strives to reduce dependency...

12. Family's Life Revolved Around Longview Farm Family's Life Revolved Around Longview Farm Winter 2011-2012 Article on the life and recollections of Anna Scherer. R. A. Long offered to buy the Scherer family farm in Jackson County in 1912, but Anna's father refused to sell. Instead, R. A. Long bought the land...

13. Robert Pryor Combs Robert Pryor Combs Winter 2011-2012 Article on the life of Robert Pryor Combs and his relationship with his wife, Loula Long Combs. He and Loula were married on June 30, 1917 in Corinthian Hall. They moved to Longview Farm in 1919. He served...

14. The Kansas City Spirit--In the Making: R. A. Long The Kansas City Spirit--In the Making: R. A. Long February//1909 Article with photos about R. A. Long and his lumber business, the Long-Bell Lumber Company.

15. 200 Mothers and Babies of the Hot City to Be Guests at R. A. Long's Million-Dollar Farm 200 Mothers and Babies of the Hot City to Be Guests at R. A. Long's Million-Dollar Farm May/10/1914 Article with several illustrations and descriptions of the buildings and grounds under construction in a project "to combine philanthropy with farming," including a water tower and workers' cottages, a...

16. Wealthiest Kansas Citians Wealthiest Kansas Citians September 9, 1959 At the time of this newspaper clipping, Mrs. R. Pryor Combs was probably Kansas City's richest woman. The richest man ever to live in Kansas City was L. V. Harknes, who lived here from 1888 to 1891. The...

17. Robert Long Robert Long 1908 Biographical article about Robert Long, founder and president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1873, with his R. A. Long Building under construction...

18. Dictionary of Missouri Biography Dictionary of Missouri Biography 1999 Biographical information about Robert Alexander Long, or R. A. Long (1850-1934), "Missouri's most famous lumber entrepreneur" and owner of "the nation's largest lumber produc[ing]" company in 1920, with...

19. Robert A. Long Robert A. Long March 20, 1905 Biographical sketch of Robert Alexander Long, or Robert Long, a lumberman born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City about 1873, becoming founder and president of the Lon-Bell Lumber Company with...

20. Robert A. Long Robert A. Long 1912 Biographical sketch of Robert Long, "[d]istinguished citizen, capitalist and philanthropist and the largest lumberman in the Southwest," born in Kentucky in 1850 and establishing his lumber company in...