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1. Allen B. H. McGee Allen B. H. McGee n.d. A framed (26 in. x 30 in.), charcoal drawing of Allen B. H. McGee by an unknown artist. Image may have been taken from photo found in book "Memorial Record of Kansas City and Jackson County, Missouri"...

2. Allen Burr Hyatt McGee Allen Burr Hyatt McGee Frontal portrait of Allen Burr Hyatt McGee.

3. Allen McGee Allen McGee 1896 Photo and bio of Allen McGee (spelled here "Allan"), a businessman and in 1896 "the only survivor of the family of James H. and Nellie (Frye) McGee." Born in Kentucky in 1815 and coming to Kansas City...

4. Beautiful Women in the Cattle Industry Beautiful Women in the Cattle Industry January-February//1899 Photo of Mrs. Allen McGee, "Mother of the Secretary and Treasurer of the Globe Live Stock Commission Co."

5. Deaths: Mrs. Sue M. Benjamin Deaths: Mrs. Sue M. Benjamin September/25/1974 Obituary for Mrs. Sue Morris Benjamin, a lifelong Kansas City dying at the age of 89 and the maternal great-granddaughter of Allen McGee III, "president of the Fibre Box Company until his death in 1934."...

6. Found a Wilderness: Such Was Kansas City When Allen McGee Arrived Found a Wilderness: Such Was Kansas City When Allen McGee Arrived October/28/1893 Portrait and biographical article about Allen McGee, a Westport resident and early settler of Kansas City in 1828 with his father James McGee, Sr. Description of his life and career, born in Kentucky in...

7. Memories of Old Westport Memories of Old Westport October 1924 Description of the assistance of Captain John Sutter at Westport in 1838 on his trip to California. Lending of a horse to him by John McCoy and one to his companion, "Wetler," by Allen McGee.

8. Mrs. Nelle McGee Nelson Mrs. Nelle McGee Nelson n.d. Portrait of Nelle McGee Nelson, daughter of Col. A.B.H. McGee.

9. Obituary for Maud Carson Obituary for Maud Carson July 15, 1971 Obituary for Maud Carson, dying at the age of 91 in July 1971, the wife of Samuel Carson and great-granddaughter of Allen B. H. McGee, an early settler of Kansas City.

10. Obituary for Maud Carson Obituary for Maud Carson July 14, 1971 Obituary for Maud Carson, dying at the age of 91 in July 1971, the wife of Samuel H. Carson and great-granddaughter of Allen B. H. McGee, an early settler of Kansas City.

11. On Grand Avenue in 1855 On Grand Avenue in 1855 September 10, 1929 Article written by Allen B. H. McGee, or Allen McGee, a grandson of James McGee, about Grand Avenue in 1855 Kansas City. Description of McGee's Addition developed by Allen's uncle Milton McGee in 1855,...

12. Our Easley Ancestors and Their Relatives Our Easley Ancestors and Their Relatives 1963 Biographicla description of Allen Burr Harrison McGee, or Allen McGee (1815-1903), "second child and eldest son of James Hyatt McGee and Eleanor Fry McGee," coming to Westport in 1838 as a native of Kentucky....

13. The Conquest of the Wilderness III--New Santa Fe, and Almost Forgotten Village of Pioneers The Conquest of the Wilderness III--New Santa Fe, and Almost Forgotten Village of Pioneers July/26/1925 History of the town of New Santa Fe, Missouri, later absorbed into Kansas City, Missouri, in Washington Township in Jackson County. Description of the ghost town's early residents before and during the...

14. The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men The United States Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self-Made Men //1878 Biographical sketch of Allen McGee, "eldest son of James H. McGee" and a local merchant, western freighter, Indian land surveyor, and miller, born in Kentucky in 1815 and coming to the Kansas City area...

15. W. W. Townley Named to Head Foundation W. W. Townley Named to Head Foundation March 1964 Photo and biographical article about Webster Withers Townley, or Webster Townley, "selected to head the foundation being formed to acquire and manage the Wornall home for the Historical Society" and grandson...