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1. J. C. Egelhoff J. C. Egelhoff Boot and shoe store at 716 Main Street, established in 1863.

2. Baker's Shoes Building Baker's Shoes Building Full frontal view.

3. KCResources, page 72 KCResources, page 72

4. G.R. Kinney & Co., Delaware Building G.R. Kinney & Co., Delaware Building Postcard of the G. R. Kinney & Co. shoe store at the Delaware Building

5. Main Street, North from 11th Street Main Street, North from 11th Street Postcard of Main Street, North from 11th Street

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. It's a Family Tradition: The Goodheart Family/Country Club Shoe Stores It's a Family Tradition: The Goodheart Family/Country Club Shoe Stores //September Article spotlighting the Goodhart family shoe store business in the Brookside area, among other "Southtown" family businesses.

8. J. Herold J. Herold 1879 Description of business at 18 West Fifth Street carrying "French Calf-Skins and dealing in Sole Leather and Shoe findings."

9. Boston Shoe House Boston Shoe House 1880 Advertising card for Boston Shoe House showing a horse with a man's body dressed in a waistcoat, jacket, and top hat, wearing a monocle, and holding a whip. Caption says: "I would I were a boy again."...

10. A. Holland's Shoe and Clothing House A. Holland's Shoe and Clothing House 1884 Advertising card for A. Holland's Shoe and Clothing House showing a grey and white dove flying. Dove's eye is slightly damaged where pierced by a nail. Front lower left corner has number 385 and says:...

11. J. C. Altman J. C. Altman 1888 Advertising card for J. C. Altman showing a tree branch stretching over rapids on a river with mountain behind. Caption says: "Whirlpool Rapids Looking North." One of two cards with similar design and...

12. J. C. Altman J. C. Altman 1888 Advertising card for J. C. Altman showing a large waterfall viewed from a cliff opposite. Caption says: "Horse Shoe Falls From Goat Island." One of two cards with similar design and theme. Front of card...

13. Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development 1890 Photo and description of John O'Neill, "park commissioner" born in Pennsylvania in 1861 and coming to Kansas City in 1886 with a "shoe store at No. 505 Main Street, afterward opening a branch store at...

14. 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.

15. Imperial Kansas City, 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources Imperial Kansas City, 1900: Her Wonderful Growth and Resources 1900 Description of the business of the William W. Kendall Boot & Shoe Company at 307-311 Delaware Street, founded by its president, William Kendall, "a native of Connecticut" with "44 years' experience in...

16. Freeman Oviatt Freeman Oviatt 1902 Photo and bio of Freeman Oviatt, a retail shoe dealer at 1105 Main Street and former railroad contractor, born in Cleveland in 1858 coming to Kansas City in 1895.

17. Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 Kansas City, Missouri: Its History and Its People, 1800-1908 1908 Biographical sketch of William Sternberger, a storekeeper and resident at a building constructed by him on 15th Street. Born in Detroit in 1867 and coming to Kansas City in 1887 as a wholesale dry goods...

18. David Beals David Beals 1908 Photo and bio of David Beals, "president of the Union National Bank of Kansas City," establishing shoe stores in Saint Joseph, Colorado, Montana, Idaho, and Salt Lake City from 1859 to the 1870s after...

19. Kansas City in Caricature Kansas City in Caricature 1912 Illustrated caricature of J. M. Robinson, Kansas City shoe salesman.

20. Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men 1925 Photo and bio of 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 a retail shoe salesman" and starting...