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1. 11th and Grand Avenue, Looking North 11th and Grand Avenue, Looking North Postcard of 11th and Grand Avenue, Looking North

2. An Important Industrial Enterprise An Important Industrial Enterprise April 1899 Located at 600 Delaware Street, the Union Bank Note Company is managed by Franklin D. Crabbs. Their work includes modern and model lithographing, printing, blank books, and bank and mercantile stationery....

3. Centropolis Hotel Centropolis Hotel Postcard of the Centropolis Hotel

4. Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians Citizens Historical Association: Biographical Data of Kansas Citians 1938 Biographical sketch of Russell Folkerth Greiner, or Russell Greiner, president of the Greiner-Fifield Lithographing Company at 2609 Walnut Street, born in Ohio in 1868 and starting out as a newspaper reporter...

5. Evanston Golf Club Evanston Golf Club 1902 Photos of Evanston club house and golf links.

6. Franklin Crabbs Franklin Crabbs March 18, 1905 Illustration of Franklin Crabbs, "president and manager of the Union Bank Note Company, and Director in the Kansas City Life Association," as well as builder and furnisher of "the admirable Kansas City...

7. Franklin Crabbs Franklin Crabbs 1925 Photo and bio of Franklin Crabbs, "president of the Union Bank Note Company," arriving in Kansas City in 1880 and establishing his present company in 1887, also serving as "president for one year of the...

8. Herman Schmelzer Residence Herman Schmelzer Residence March 16, 1905 Photo of the "residence [of] Herman F. Schmelzer [or Herman Schmelzer], 3218 Gladstone Boulevard."

9. Jones Dry Goods Company Jones Dry Goods Company Postcard of the Jones Dry Goods Company building

10. Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men Kansas City and Its One Hundred Foremost Men 1925 Photo and bio of Franklin Crabbs, founder and promoter of the Union Bank Note Company. He was born in 1857 in Ohio, and moved to Kansas City in 1880 as a banker, becoming a civic activist through many...

11. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of the "residence of H. P. Wright [or Herbert Wright], 211 Garfield Avenue, 'Pendelton Heights [sic]."

12. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of the "[r]esidence of Dr. J. D. Griffith, Warwick Boulevard."

13. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photos of the race track of the Kansas City Driving Club.

14. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of the "[r]esidence of Walton Holmes, Warwick Boulevard."

15. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of the "[r]esidence of E. L. Scarritt [or Edward Scarritt], Gladstone Boulevard."

16. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of the "[r]esidence of Dr. J. H. Thompson, Thirty-seventh and McGee Streets."

17. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of "'Castle Ridge,' residence of Dr. I. M. Ridge, Twenty-first and Woodland Avenue, built 1882."

18. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of the "residence [of] Mrs. W. E. Hall [or Mrs. W. Ewing Hall], 29th and Lydia" Avenues.

19. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Intricate illustration of the cemetery's main building on a bluff with list of the cemetery's organizers and plans.

20. Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 Kansas City Illustrated, 1902 1902 Photo of the "residence [of] Geo. D. Hope [or George Hope], Linwood Boulevard."