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1. Albert Bushnell, Minister Albert Bushnell, Minister Undated portrait, retouched with charcoal and ink, of Rev. Albert Bushnell, D. D. sitting at a table with an open book. On the front, lower right, signature of photographer, "Studebaker/911 Grand/KC."...

2. Armacost Studebaker Armacost Studebaker 1950 Full frontal and side view of Armacost Studebaker; located at 1401 Baltimore.

3. Automobile Automobile September 8, 1915 Close-up view of the front of a Studebaker car identified as the Co. Surveyor's car on Holke Road.

4. Automobile Accessories Store Automobile Accessories Store Full frontal and side view of unidentified Studebaker parts & accessories store.

5. Bruner Residence Bruner Residence 1905 Photo of the Bruner residence at 44th and Oak Streets, in the book published by Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company for the Kansas City Driving Club.

6. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Index 1938 Biographical sketch of Edgar Hinde, postmaster of Independence, Missouri who was born in 1890 and starting out as "a truck driver for Hinde Brothers Grocery Co.." Later he served in World War I and worked...

7. E. L. Winn E. L. Winn circa 1911. Photo and description of the business of E. L. Winn, a building contractor with offices in the Scarritt Building and yards at 18th and Baltimore Avenues. Native and lifelong Kansas Citian and builder of...

8. E. N. Andrews, Minister E. N. Andrews, Minister Undated formal profile portrait of Rev. E. N. Andrews. On the front, lower right, signature of photographer, "Studebaker/911 Grand/KC." Handwritten on the back in blue ink, "The Rev. E. N. Andrews/1867-1868/First...

9. Group with Jim Brock's Plane Group with Jim Brock's Plane Group portrait of Jim Brock, Hugh Studebaker, and Margaret Cramer before Brock's plane.

10. Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid Henry D. Green Scrapbook Finding Aid 1926-1929 This collection is composed of 69 black and white photographs of varying sizes and nine sketches and features business buildings compiled in scrapbook form by Henry D. Green in 1926-1928. Most of the pictures...

11. Hughes' Kansas City Views Hughes' Kansas City Views 1896 Photo of the Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company at 1104-1106 Walnut Street.

12. J. L. Sewall, Minister J. L. Sewall, Minister Undated portrait retouched with charcoal and ink of Rev. J. L. Sewall. On the front, lower right, signature of photographer, "Studebaker/911 Grand/KC." Handwritten on the back in blue ink, "The Rev. J....

13. Joseph Raach Joseph Raach 1908 Biographical sketch of Joseph Raach, operator of "the Business System Store, in which he handles exclusively office equipments, business systems and appliances and represents almost every manufacturer...

14. 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 Edwin Winn, "president of the E. L. Winn Construction Company, 1211 Scarritt Building." Born in Bowling Green, Missouri in 1865 and coming to Kansas City in 1886 as a building contractor,...

15. 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 Lyman Studebaker, an award-winning photographer born in Illinois in 1874 and coming to Kansas City in 1905 with "a studio at 1024 Walnut street," later moved to 911 Grand Avenue.

16. Midland Hotel Midland Hotel 1900 Skyline view looking northeast from New York Life Building showing hotel on far left. Also shows Federal Building and Studebaker Brothers.

17. New Gasoline Lamp New Gasoline Lamp September 1899 Article describes and illustrates the product known as the W. A. Studebaker Gasoline Generator.

18. New Studebaker Building New Studebaker Building January//1903 Root & Siemens, architects, complete plans for the largest warehouse in the West Bottoms, done for the Studebaker Brothers Manufacturing Company. It is to be located at 13th and Hickory. Includes a sketch...

19. President Hotel President Hotel 1950 Full frontal and side view; also shows Armacost car dealership.

20. Priests of Pallas, Diamond Veil Priests of Pallas, Diamond Veil Postcard of a float, The Diamond Veil, from the 1909 Priests of Pallas parade