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1. Biography of Willard E. Winner (1849-1929), Pioneer Builder, and Realtor Biography of Willard E. Winner (1849-1929), Pioneer Builder, and Realtor 2008

2. Continuing Our Series on Early-Day Settlements and Ghost Towns: Nashua, Amory, Winner Continuing Our Series on Early-Day Settlements and Ghost Towns: Nashua, Amory, Winner November//1974 File contains an article about ghost towns in Clay County, Missouri, focusing on the town of Nashua but also with information on Winner and Amory, as well as early settler Willard E. Winner, the town of...

3. Early Ideas and Dealings of Winner Helped Promote Kansas City Area Early Ideas and Dealings of Winner Helped Promote Kansas City Area November/8/1987 File containing a biographical article about Willard Winner (1849-1929), an interurban railroad, bridge, and real estate developer and promoter of the Kansas City area. Native of Iowa coming to Kansas...

4. Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development Kansas City: Its Resources and Their Development 1890 Photo of Willard Winner as a member of the Commercial Club.

5. Nashua, Missouri Nashua, Missouri Information about the history of Nashua, Missouri, in Clay County, on land "first purchased by Willard E. Winner of Nashua, N. H. [New Hampshire]," in the late 1800s, also the builder of the A. S. B. Bridge,...

6. Souvenir History-Program of Kansas City, Missouri: Northeast Fair, August 12 to 17, 1929 Souvenir History-Program of Kansas City, Missouri: Northeast Fair, August 12 to 17, 1929 1929 Photo and Kansas City reminiscences of Willard Winner, a local street railway and real estate developer, describing the history of the city and his role in it since the late 1800s.

7. The Sire of Centropolia The Sire of Centropolia January-March//1910-1911 Series of fictionalized articles or installments about Kansas City area street railway developer Willard Winner, here called "William Winston, the sire of Centropolia."

8. W. E. Winner W. E. Winner Head and shoulders portrait.

9. Willard E. Winner Willard E. Winner Photos, illustrations, and information on Willard Winner (1849-1929), a prominent real estate developer born in Iowa and raised in Kansas City, organizing the Winner Investment Company in 1883 and the...

10. Willard E. Winner Willard E. Winner n.d. Seated, portrait view of Willard E. Winner, promoter and builder of early electric street railways in the area.

11. Willard Winner Willard Winner March 2, 1905 Photo and bio of Willard Winner, a real estate and railroad developer. Born in Iowa in 1849 and coming to Kansas City in 1863 as a merchant before entering the real estate business about 1880, engaged...

12. Willard Winner Willard Winner Photos, illustrations, and information on Willard Winner, traffic and parking visionary of Kansas City starting in the late 1800s, largely responsible for the ASB Bridge. Promoter, financier, and developer...

13. Willard Winner Willard Winner 1902 Photo and bio of Willard Winner, a railroad and real estate developer of Kansas City as "president of the Industrial Development Company." Born in Iowa in 1849 and raised in Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas...

14. Williard Winner Williard Winner 1978 Photo and descriptions of Willard Winner (1849-1929), a Kansas City street railways and real estate developer experiencing a meteoric rise and fall in the 1880s-1890s. Native of Iowa coming to Kansas City...