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1. Wm. W. Kendall Boot and Shoe Co. Wm. W. Kendall Boot and Shoe Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Wm. W. Kendall Boot and Shoe Co. showing a child at the beach carrying a net and looking into a basket for catching seafood. Front of card has a crest that says: "K. B & S Co, Established...

2. Wm. W. Kendall Boot & Shoe Company Wm. W. Kendall Boot & Shoe Company ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Wm. W. Kendall Boot & Shoe Company with no image, just text. Front of card says: "Geo. B. Witchell, Shoe Manufacturer and Tanner. Leeds, Jackson County (suburb of Kansas City, Missouri.)...

3. Who's Who in Kansas City Who's Who in Kansas City March/19/1922 Portraits and biographical article about Joseph Milton Robinson, or Joseph Robinson, president of the Robinson Shoe Company. Born in Baltimore in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1881 as an employee of...

4. W. W. Kendall Boot and Shoe Co. W. W. Kendall Boot and Shoe Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for W. W. Kendall Boot and Shoe Co. showing an image of a lake viewed through trees with a border of flowers. Card is embossed. Front of card says: "Ladies, Wear Naylor's Reliable Shoes,...

5. Union Shoe Store, The Union Shoe Store, The ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for The Union Shoe Store showing a baby's face in a circle surrounded by blossoms. Front of card says: "The Union Shoe Store. Chas. Behr, Dealer in Boots and Shoes." Back of card is blank....

6. 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 Photo and bio of William Parson Moores, or William Moores, a "boot and shoe store" proprietor in Kansas City and former realtor and "Water Works Commissioner" from 1873 until the project's completion....

7. Stephen Yeager, Daring, and Effective, a Publicity-Shy Leader Stephen Yeager, Daring, and Effective, a Publicity-Shy Leader April 19, 2007 The "Tribute" column of "Remembrances" or obituary section of the Kansas City Star features Stephen Yeager. He was the founder of Steve's Shoes and a fundraiser for charities that help disabled people....

8. Souvenir of Kansas City and Her Fire Department Souvenir of Kansas City and Her Fire Department 1893 Photo of T. B. Cunningham, proprietor of a boot and shoe store at 918 Main Street.

9. Sorosis Shoe Co. Sorosis Shoe Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for the Sorosis Shoe Co. showing an assortment of images illustrating "Colonial Days in New England" including a woman doing needlework identified as "Tambour Work," couples riding through...

10. Shoe Chain Files for Bankruptcy Shoe Chain Files for Bankruptcy May 24, 1989 Robinson Shoe Co., "a well-known Kansas City retailer" filed for bankruptcy in May 1989. The company's first store opened in 1901 at 1016 Main Street. Over the next 80 years, it grew into a chain of more...

11. S. K. Green, Fine Shoes S. K. Green, Fine Shoes ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for S. K. Green showing two girls on a path, one pulling a baby carriage with dolls in it, the other pushing it and carrying a candle. One of three cards with similar design and theme....

12. S. K. Green, Fine Shoes S. K. Green, Fine Shoes ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for S. K. Green showing two girls, one leading a goat, the other riding it and holding a parasol. One of three cards with similar design and theme. Front of card says: "Button's Raven...

13. S. K. Green, Fine Shoes S. K. Green, Fine Shoes ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for S. K. Green showing two girls on a path smelling flowers in a pot. One of three cards with similar design and theme. Front of card says: "Button's Raven Gloss Shoe Dressing." and "S....

14. Roxbury & Kenney Roxbury & Kenney ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Roxbury & Kenney showing a man leaning against a tree with one arm around a woman and the other over his head holding onto a tree branch. The woman holds her arm up to her face. Front...

15. Roxbury & Kenney Roxbury & Kenney ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Roxbury & Kenney showing two men and two women in fancy dress bowing to each other. One man holds flowers, both women hold fans. Front of card says: "Our Compliments. Roxbury & Kenney,...

16. Patterson, Bell & Co. Patterson, Bell & Co. ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Patterson, Bell & Co. showing a woman with parasol and a child sitting on a balcony overlooking a sea with many sailboats and beyond that, a smoking volcano. Front of card says: "Presented...

17. Patrons Will Miss Shoe Spot Patrons Will Miss Shoe Spot June 2, 2006 Featured in the "Cityscape" column, Showalter's Shoes is noted as going out of business. The shoe store was founded by John Showalter in downtown Kansas City in 1921. It was purchased in 1969 by Robert...

18. Oviatt Shoe Store, The Oviatt Shoe Store, The ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for The Oviatt Shoe Store showing a girl with a basket sitting on grass with her face resting on one hand. The image has a turquoise border with flowers and birds. Back of card says: "Trust...

19. Oviatt Shoe Store, The Oviatt Shoe Store, The ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for The Oviatt Shoe Store showing a boy and a girl standing looking at each other. Image has a "lace" border. Back of card says: "Trust Your Judgement and ours, and we will Reduce Your...

20. Old Cobbler Lived, Died for His Troost Shoe Shop Old Cobbler Lived, Died for His Troost Shoe Shop July/8/1973 Photos (of the deceased and his shop), caption, and obituary article about James Ventola, 79-year-old proprietor of the Ventola Foot Comfort Shop at 3321 Troost Avenue more than 40 years, killed there...