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1. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City February/26/1922 Portraits and biographical article about Robert Alexander Long, or R. A. Long, "chairman of the board of directors [of the] Long-Bell Lumber Company." Description of his life and career, born in Kentucky...

2. When Hayne met Sallie When Hayne met Sallie Spring 2007 The first of two articles about Sallie America Long, daughter of Robert A. Long, tells about how she met her husband, Hayne Ellis. The early years of their marriage were spent in Annapolis as Hayne pursued...

3. 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...

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. 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...

6. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 History of the R. A. Long residence at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard, later the Kansas City Museum.

7. There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City There Is No Limit: Architecture and Sculpture in Kansas City 1934 Description of the architecture of the museum, originally the residence of R. A. Long, and the career of its architect, E. M. Price.

8. The World's Most Beautiful Farm The World's Most Beautiful Farm Spring-Summer 2013 Issue commemorating the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the construction of Longview Farm. Soon after settling into the newly built Corinithan Hall in Kansas City in 1910, R. A. Long decided to purchase...

9. The Real Long The Real Long October/26/1907 Photo and biographical article about Robert Long, or R. A. Long, lumber magnate and philanthropist of Kansas City.

10. 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.

11. The History of Corinthian Hall The History of Corinthian Hall September 1987 History of the residence of R. A. Long, built in 1909-1910, also called "Corinthian Hall," and later used as the home of the Kansas City Museum.

12. The Fight to Save Longview Farm: Homeowners & Preservationists Align to Prevent Commercial Exploitation The Fight to Save Longview Farm: Homeowners & Preservationists Align to Prevent Commercial Exploitation of Historic Property May 2001 Photos and article about the efforts to preserve Longview Farm from destruction by real estate developer Dean Goodman and zoning by the city of Lee's Summit, Missouri, for apartment buildings, etc. Description...

13. The Ellises at Woodley The Ellises at Woodley Summer 2007 The second of two articles about the life of Sallie Long Ellis, tells about her life at Woodley. She and husband Hayde raised their five children there while he served as Aide to the Secretary of the Navy....

14. The Council Table: A Notable Memorial The Council Table: A Notable Memorial September 1921 Description glorifying the Liberty Memorial.

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

16. 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...

17. Robert Long Robert Long 1924 Photo and bio of Robert Long, "founder of the Long-Bell Lumber Company," born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas City in 1873 as a butcher before entering the lumber industry, with residence at 3218...

18. 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...

19. Robert Long Robert Long 1929 Photos of Robert Alexander Long, or Robert Long, and his mansion called Corinthian Hall at 3218 Gladstone Boulevard. Biographical sketch of his life and career, born in Kentucky in 1850 and coming to Kansas...

20. Robert Long Robert Long 1925 Photo and bio of Robert Long, "the southwest's greatest business executive and Kansas City's richest citizen" as president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company, born in Kentucky in 1850.