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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Jacob L. Loose Jacob L. Loose Head and shoulders portrait.

2. Jacob L. Loose Mausoleum Jacob L. Loose Mausoleum 1989 Jacob L. Loose mausoleum. Cemetery located at 4900 Truman Road.

3. Jacob L. Loose Statue Jacob L. Loose Statue 1989 Full frontal view of statue of Jacob L. Loose, located near pavillion on east side of park.

4. Jacob Leander Loose Jacob Leander Loose Biographical pamphlet with photos and description of Jacob Leander Loose, or Jacob Loose (1850-1923), a native of Pennsylvania and namesake of Loose Park in Kansas City.

5. Jacob Leander Loose Jacob Leander Loose Photos and information on Jacob Leander Loose, or Jacob Loose (1850-1923), co-founder of the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company in 1902 and the namesake of Loose Park, the former Kansas City Country Club. Description...

6. Jacob Loose Jacob Loose 1925 Photo and bio of Jacob Leander Loose, or Jacob Loose, "President of the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company," born in Pennsylvania in 1850 and coming to Kansas City about 1882 with his brother Joseph Loose.

7. Jacob Loose Jacob Loose 1923 Folder contains memorial pamphlet entitled "Jacob Leander Loose, June 17, 1850-September 18, 1923". It includes his life history, notes of interest, comments by friends, some newspaper comments and the...

8. Jacob Loose Mansion Jacob Loose Mansion File includes flyer with photos and information on the Jacob Loose mansion at 101 East Armour Boulevard, built in 1909 and adapted for use by business.

9. Jacob Loose Residence Jacob Loose Residence N.d. Folder contains a card with photographic image of the Jacob Loose home located at 101 E. Armour. Photo taken in winter. The vertical files in this collection were formerly a part of the department's regular...

10. 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,...

11. Loose Bros.' Factory: Where Pure, Healthful Crackers and Sweets Are Manufactured Loose Bros.' Factory: Where Pure, Healthful Crackers and Sweets Are Manufactured January/17/1897 Illustration and article about the cracker factory established in 1880 at 2nd and Main Streets and purchased by the Loose brothers (Jacob Loose and J. L. Loose). Portrait and description of Jacob Loose,...

12. Photographs and Facts Photographs and Facts February/5/1916 Photo and biographical article about Jacob Leander Loose, or Jacob Loose, "Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company," born in Pennsylvania in 1850 and coming to Kansas City...

13. Q.: What Can You Tell Me about the Loose Mansion? Q.: What Can You Tell Me about the Loose Mansion? January 22, 1995 The Jacob L. Loose mansion at 101 E. Armour Blvd. was sold last November to a local non-profit foundation. The Integratism Foundation bought the building from the Resolution Trust Corp. for $390,000. The...

14. The Jacob Loose Mansion, 101 Armour Blvd. The Jacob Loose Mansion, 101 Armour Blvd. April 2005 Article includes reminiscences of Josephine Williams, great niece of Ella Loose, and Bertha Spong, the Loose's maid. It also contains a brief description of the house and photo of Spong.

15. The Question Box: Please Give the Height of the Flagpole in Swope Park The Question Box: Please Give the Height of the Flagpole in Swope Park August 30, 1955 The flagpole just east of the main shelter house [of Swope Park] is 175 feet high. The pole, given to the city by the late Jacob L. Loose, originally was 200 feet high and the highest unguyed flagpole...

16. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City December/24/1922 Portraits and biographical article about Jacob Leander Loose, or Jacob Loose, "chairman of the board, Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company." Description of his life and career, born in Pennsylvania in 1850 and...