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1. George Weber George Weber January/8/1914 Obituary for George Weber (1849-1914), inventor of a gasoline engine and one-time president of the Weber Gas & Gasoline Engine Company. Native of Boonville, Missouri dying at his home at 1818 Washington...

2. Increases Its Capacity Increases Its Capacity May 1899 Article describing the improvements Weber Gas and Gasoline Engine Company is making to increase production. Foreign business conducted by the company includes places such as Cuba and Columbia, while California...

3. Kansas City's Carnival Kansas City’s Carnival October 1899 Article describes a street fair held by Kansas City’s leading retail establishments in a five-block bazaar sponsored by Karnival Krewe. It describes the different companies and details their merchant...

4. Known World Wide Known World Wide June 1899 The Weber Gas & Gasoline Engine Company began business in Kansas City in 1884 and is considered the greatest engine building plant in the city. The cover and inside article provides interior shots of the...

5. Largest Single Order Largest Single Order November 1899 Article discusses Weber Gasoline Engine Company and recent orders that have been filled by the company. A recent order is considered to be one of the largest the company has ever fulfilled.

6. Making Mining Profitable Making Mining Profitable January 1900 George J. Weber, president of the Weber Gasoline Engine Company, visited several mining communities and returned with a knowledge of what was desired by mine owners. Four photographs accompany this article...

7. Raising "Weber" Oranges Raising "Weber" Oranges February 1900 Engines manufactured by Weber Gas and Gasoline Engine Company are being used in California to supply irrigation water for the "profitable culture of oranges and fruits." The use of the Weber engines is...

8. Record-Breaking Year Record-Breaking Year August 1899 Article about the Weber Gas & Gasoline Engine Company thriving with their business from trade in Mexico and many other points on the globe. Much of the success is due to the mining industry in Mexico which...

9. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p361 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p361 1896-1907 Northeastern and southeastern sections of early Kansas City showing buildings, streets, and railroad lines. Large numbers at edges of page refer to page with adjoining area. At top of map, "Add'l Sheet,...

10. Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 5, 1940-1941, Page p0614 Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 5, 1940-1941, Page p0614 1940-1941 A portion of Kansas City from E. 6th Street south to E. 12th Street and from Winchester Avenue east to Eastern Avenue, showing buildings, railroads, and streets. Large numbers at edges of page refer to...

11. Weber Gas Booth Weber Gas Booth Weber Gas and Gasoline Engine Company booth.

12. Weber Portable Engines Weber Portable Engines September 1899 Weber Gas & Gasoline Engine Company has produced a product that meets the needs of area stockmen. The Weber Portable Engine is satisfactory for grinding feed, pumping water, and many other uses in livestock...