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April//1984 (2)
Ca1928 (1)
1989 (1)
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1. Block Finds Bank Buyer Block Finds Bank Buyer July 12, 2013 Article announces that Republic Bank and Trust Company will purchase the banking business of H&R Block, Incorporated. Specifics of the deal are summarized. Services that H&R Block will continue to provide...

2. City Bank City Bank ca1928 Full frontal and side view of the City Bank; located on the southeast corner of 18th and Grand. Bank's letterhead and logo are located on the back of photograph #33.

3. City National Bank Building (Grand Avenue Bank, Tenant) City National Bank Building (Grand Avenue Bank, Tenant) 1945 Full frontal and side view of City National Bank; located on southeast corner of 18th and Grand. Shows Grand Avenue Bank as tenant.

4. City National Bank Building (Republic Bank) City National Bank Building (Republic Bank) 1989 Full frontal view; located on southeast corner of 18th and Grand. Shows Republic Bank as tenant.

5. Interview: Charles Hazley Interview: Charles Hazley June/1982/1982 Photos and interview with editorial commentary about Charles Hazley, an African American "City Council member representing District 3" starting in 1971 and vice-president of Republic Bank. Description...

6. Old Places, New Spaces Old Places, New Spaces April//1984 Renovation of the building at 18th and Grand Avenues.

7. Old Places, New Spaces Old Places, New Spaces April//1984 Renovation of old bank at 18th and Grand Avenues.

8. Real Estate: Happy Times in Mid-Town Real Estate: Happy Times in Mid-Town December//1982 Photo and biographical article about J. Nelson Happy, a lawyer and "largest solo investor" in Midtown Kansas City architecture, including the Bellerive Hotel on Armour Boulevard, the Hawthorne Plaza Apartments...

9. Where Are They Now? Where Are They Now? February//1999 Biographical description of the later career of former Kansas Citian real estate developer J. Nelson Happy, leaving for the East in 1984 after being "the chairman of Republic Bank" during its failure....