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21. From the Bottom Up: The Story of the Irish in Kansas City From the Bottom Up: The Story of the Irish in Kansas City 2000 Description of the street car empire of Bernard and Thomas Corrigan, gaining them much political and financial power in late 19th century Kansas City with the Metropolitan Street Railway Company.

22. History of the Street Railways in Kansas City [Part 6] History of the Street Railways in Kansas City [Part 6] April//1923 Part six in a series of articles by the Railwayan magazine about the history of Kansas City's street railways, including description of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company.

23. History of the Street Railways in Kansas City [Part 7] History of the Street Railways in Kansas City [Part 7] June//1923 Part seven in a series of articles by the Railwayan magazine about the history of Kansas City's street railways, including description of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company.

24. Installing Electric Plant Installing Electric Plant June 1899 The B-R Electric Company is installing a 1200 hp generator in the Armour Packing Company plant. In addition to the generator, 36 electric motors are being installed as well. Aside from the Metropolitan...

25. James H. Griffin James H. Griffin August//1910 Photo and biographical article about James Griffin, or Jimmie Griffin, an electrical engineer for the Metropolitan Street Railway Company. Born in New York City in 1860 and coming to Kansas City in 1882...

26. John M. Egan John M. Egan March//1910 Photo and biographical article about John Egan, successor of Bernard Corrigan as "head of the Metropolitan Street Railway." Born in Massachusetts in 1848 and raised in Kansas City.

27. Kansas City Terminal Railway Kansas City Terminal Railway Map and multiple articles (from the 1910s) about the Kansas City Terminal Railway Company and its street railway service in conjunction with the Metropolitan Street Railway Company in and around the new...

28. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of Walton Holmes, former "president of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company" from 1899 to 1902, a native Missourian born in 1861 as a son of Nehemiah Holmes, joining his father's...

29. KCResources, page 25 KCResources, page 25

30. KCResources, page 26 KCResources, page 26

31. Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work 1912 Photo and bio of Conway Holmes, vice-president of the Pioneer Trust Company of Kansas City. He was born in Kansas City in 1865 and started out as superintendent of the Grand Avenue Cable Company and the...

32. Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work 1912 Photo and bio of Ford Harvey, "president of the great Fred Harvey System [of restaurants and hotels along the Southwestern railroads] and one of the receivers for the Metropolitan Street Railway Company...

33. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of Walton Holmes, former president of the Kansas City and Westport Horse Railway Company and the Metropolitan Street Railway Company, born in Independence, Missouri, in 1861 as a son of Nehemiah...

34. Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary Men Who Are Making Kansas City: A Biographical Dictionary 1902 Photo and bio of Conway Holmes, former general manager of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company, superintendent of the Grand Avenue Cable Company, and president of the Kansas City Electric Light Company,...

35. Mr. C. F. Holmes, General Manager Metropolitan Street Railway Company, Member Executive Board Horse Show Mr. C. F. Holmes, General Manager Metropolitan Street Railway Company, Member Executive Board Horse Show Association March//1896 Photo of C. F. Holmes, general manager of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company and executive member of the Horse Show Association.

36. Mr. H. P. Crouse Mr. H. P. Crouse January//1911 Photo and biographical article about H. P. Crouse, successor of "J. H. Harvey as secretary to the president of the Metropolitan" Street Railway Company and a native of Ohio coming to Kansas City as a reporter...

37. Mr. W. A. Satterlee Mr. W. A. Satterlee June/15/1897 Photo and biographical article about W. A. Satterlee, "purchasing agent" of the Metropolitan Street Railway Company of Kansas City (at 15th and Grand Avenues and formerly at 9th and Washington Streets)...

38. MSRy Corporate History MSRy Corporate History 2011 A two page flow chart that displays the corporate history of the Metropolitan Street Railway from 1860 through 1926. The various street railway companies that were consolidated into the Kansas City Public...

39. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Richard Justin McCarty, or Richard McCarty, vice-president of the Kansas City Southern Railroad since 1907. Description of his life and career, born in West Virginia in 1851 and coming...

40. Our Street Car System Our Street Car System September 1899 Article details out where many of the streetcar lines are currently running as well as areas where future growth is expected. It mentions the Heim Electric line and the Leavenworth Electric line. Also...