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1. Bankers & Merchants Lithographing Co. Bankers & Merchants Lithographing Co. circa 1950 Street level view of a building identified on the outside as Bankers & Merchants Lithographing Co. On the left at the rear of the building can be seen what appears to be a large replica of a beer bottle...

2. Historic Hotels of Missouri: Hotels, Inns and Taverns of 19th Century Missouri Historic Hotels of Missouri: Hotels, Inns and Taverns of 19th Century Missouri 2009 Collection of reprinted advertisements, newspaper clippings, photographs, drawings, and other items related to hotels, inns, and taverns in Missouri during the nineteenth century. An index of Missouri...

3. John Lang Saloon John Lang Saloon ca1900 Exterior, street level view of the John Lang Saloon with person seated in buggy on the street at the front. Sign above door reads "Muehlebach's Beer." Located at 2427 Holmes.

4. Power & Light Pioneer Files Chapter 11 Power & Light Pioneer Files Chapter 11 September 1, 2011 The Irish pub, Raglan Road, one of the pioneering businesses in the Power & Light District, filed for bankruptcy protection after three years of operation.

5. Pub Serves Up Irish Authenticity Pub Serves Up Irish Authenticity December-January 2010 Pictures and review of the "authentic" Raglan Road Irish Pub & Restaurant in the Kansas City Power & Light District. The 130-year-old bars were made out of Victorian salvage from old Irish pubs and the...

6. Something Old, Nothing New Something Old, Nothing New April 2008 Article describes the history of The Peanut, a, 840-square-feet bar located in downtown Kansas City. The Peanut is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year and has the longest consecutively held liquor...

7. Tavern at Arrow Rock Tavern at Arrow Rock 1934-08-21 Rainy-day view of old tavern in Arrow Rock, Missouri.

8. Travel Travel June 2011 A reflection on Kansas City's "boozy past," especially liquor stores and saloons in the West Bottoms, and a "tour" of present-day distilleries and pubs in the Kansas City area. Includes a color picture...

9. When Country Was King at the Historic Chestnut Inn When Country Was King at the Historic Chestnut Inn June 11, 2008 Article profiles Genova's Chestnut Inn, an early country music venue located at 12th and Chestnut streets. It was established by Charles Genova in 1933 and originally opened as a jazz club. Following prohibition,...