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1. KCResources, page 50 KCResources, page 50

2. Baltimore Hotel Baltimore Hotel Postcard of the Baltimore Hotel

3. Petticoat Lane, East from Main Street Petticoat Lane, East from Main Street Postcard of Petticoat Lane, East from Main Street

4. Baltimore Hotel Baltimore Hotel Postcard of the Baltimore Hotel, 11th Street entrance

5. Baltimore Hotel Baltimore Hotel Postcard of the Baltimore Hotel

6. Asa Beebe Cross City Directory Entry Asa Beebe Cross City Directory Entry 1869 Description of Asa Beebe Cross as a lumber yard owner and architect in 1869, with the lumber yard near 8th and Main Streets. Page 28: "The lumber yard of A. B. Cross & Co., west side of Main, between Court...

7. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p001 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p001 1895-1907 North western edge of early Kansas City, riverfront area showing railroads, bridges, buildings and streets and the Missouri River. Large numbers at edges of page lead to page showing adjoining area.

8. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p048 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 1, 1895-1907, Page p048 1895-1907 North central part of early Kansas City in the Crossroads Arts District from W. 20th Street south to Milwaukee Avenue and from Fort Scott Avenue east to Main Street, showing buildings, streets, and railroad...

9. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. A Memorial and Biographical Record of Kansas City, Mo. 1896 Biographical sketch of Frank Deardorff, a native of the Kansas City area taking over as president of the family lumber business in 1884, moving its location to the former Deardorff Building in 1885, then...

10. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p265 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p265 1896-1907 Southeastern part of early Kansas City from E. 18th Street south to E. 20th Street and from Park Avenue east to Prospect Avenue, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page...

11. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p292 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p292 1896-1907 Southeastern part of early Kansas City from E. 24th Street south to E. 25th Street and from Main Street east to McGee Street, showing buildings, streets, and additions. Large numbers at edges of page refer...

12. Biography of Robert R. Sutherland, Jr. (1884-1941), Lumber Yard Owner Biography of Robert R. Sutherland, Jr. (1884-1941), Lumber Yard Owner 1999

13. David Stanley: Measuring Up Payless Cashways David Stanley: Measuring Up Payless Cashways June//1980 Photos and biographical article about David Stanley, "president and COO of the Kansas City-based building materials retailing chain" of Payless Cashways, Incorporated since 1980, previously engaged as...

14. Postcard from Old Kansas City Postcard from Old Kansas City June/15/1968

15. Lewis Deardorff Lewis Deardorff March 10, 1905 Biographical sketch of Lewis Deardorff (1830-1892), a builder, realtor, and native of Pennsylvania coming to Kansas City in 1856, "engaged in the general contracting business," with a lumber yard at 11th...

16. Deatherage, Charles and Frank Deardorff Deatherage, Charles and Frank Deardorff March 4, 1905 Photos and bios of Charles Deatherage and Frank Deardorff. Description of Deardorff as a lumber dealer at 20th and Vine Streets and of Deatherage as "a prominent retail and wholesale lumber dealer" and...

17. Violence in Wind: Gusts up to 70 Miles an Hour Rip through the Kansas City Area Violence in Wind: Gusts up to 70 Miles an Hour Rip through the Kansas City Area March/22/1953 Photos and article about the winds in Kansas City, up to 70 miles per hour, strong enough to knock down pedestrians and power lines, responsible for the fire at a lumber yard killing Kansas City's police...