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1. A Small City Whose Growth Is Aided and Controlled by a Plan A Small City Whose Growth Is Aided and Controlled by a Plan August//1926 Photos and article about the town of Longview, Washington, organized and funded by Robert Long, or R. A. Long, of Kansas City, president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company (involved in the lumber industry...

2. A Wilderness in 1922, a Modern City Last Year, Longview, Wash., Celebrates Its First Anniversary A Wilderness in 1922, a Modern City Last Year, Longview, Wash., Celebrates Its First Anniversary July/31/1924 Photos and caption about the first anniversary of the town of Longview, Washington, planned and built by Kansas Citian R. A. Long's Long-Bell Lumber Company and other associated Kansas Citians.

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

4. Cyrus B. Sweet Cyrus B. Sweet 1908 Biographical sketch of Cyrus Bardeen Sweet, or Cyrus Sweet, "vice president and assistant general manager of. ..the Long-Bell Lumber Company." Born in Illinois in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1900...

5. Cyrus Sweet Cyrus Sweet 1912 Photo and bio of Cyrus Bardeen Sweet, or Cyrus Sweet, vice-president of the Long-Bell Lumber Company. Born in Illinois in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1900 as branch manager of the lumber company...

6. Deaths: Hugh M. Pinkerton Deaths: Hugh M. Pinkerton March/23/1973 Obituary for Hugh Morehead Pinkerton, or Hugh Pinkerton, "85, of 345 S. Gladstone Boulevard," a "claims attogney [sic] here" after service as "mill superintendent from 1923 to 1928 for the Long-Bell Lumber...

7. Designers' Showhouse Revisited! A Look Back at the Colorful History of One of Kansas City's Favorite Designers' Showhouse Revisited! A Look Back at the Colorful History of One of Kansas City's Favorite Homes January-February 1993 Story of the mansion at 55th and Ward Parkways in the Country Club District, and its owner, Mack B. Nelson, a Long-Bell Lumber Company executive.

8. Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri: A Compendium of History and Biography for Ready Reference 1901 Biographical sketch of William Woods, "senior member of the Crescent Lumber Company." Born in Kentucky in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1890 as manager of the Long-Bell Lumber Company here, later organizing...

9. Frank Lauder Autochrome Collection Frank Lauder Autochrome Collection ca.1931-1942 The collection consists of 1402 color, glass negative autochrome images of Kansas City residences and gardens; some city views, including parks, statues, fountains, and other landmarks; and pictures of...

10. Frank Nowland Frank Nowland 1938 Biographical sketch of Frank Nowland Daniels, president of Dascomb-Daniels Lumber Company at 5201 East 9th Street, growing up in Lathrop, Missouri, and working at the Pacific House hotel in Kansas City...

11. Fred Bannister Fred Bannister 1908 Biographical sketch of Long-Bell Lumber Company executive Frederick Bannister, with the company since 1892, originally from Olathe, Kansas, listing his various other business affiliations and stockholdings....

12. Frederick Bannister Frederick Bannister 1912 Illustrated caricature of Frederick Bannister, the secretary and treasurer of the Long-Bell Lumber Company.

13. From Tree to Trade From Tree to Trade 1920 Booklet on the history and operations of the Long-Bell Lumber Company with photos and a portrait of its founder R. A. Long, or Robert Long, on the second-to-last page.

14. 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.

15. 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.

16. James Lapsley James Lapsley 1938 Biographical sketch of James Lapsley, founder of the Lapsley-Baker Lumber Company at 1718 Brooklyn Avenue, born in Kansas City in 1876 and starting in the lumber industry in the 1890s with the Long-Bell...

17. James W. Price Dies James W. Price Dies February/7/1967 Obituary for James Price, "66 years old, of Columbia, Mo., former publisher and editor of the Post-Telegraph in Princeton, Mo." from 1929 to 1962. Native of Princeton, Missouri coming to Kansas City as...

18. Long-Bell Lumber Company Long-Bell Lumber Company 1928 Full page ad with illustration for the "Long-Bell Lumber Company," based in the R. A. Long Building in Kansas City, Missouri, touted as assuring "maximum building value for the investment."

19. Long-Bell Lumber Company Long-Bell Lumber Company n.d. Folder contains a New Years greeting card from Long-Bell. It depicts the topping of a Douglas fir near Longview, Washington.

20. Longview. ..The Remarkable Beginnings of a Modern Western City Longview. ..The Remarkable Beginnings of a Modern Western City 1949 Description of the role of S. Herbert Hare, "the young partner of Hare and Hare," doing "the actual platting and planning of Longview," Washington. Illustrations and descriptions throughout the book also...