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1. A. C. Koogle's A. C. Koogle's 1879 Description of a business at the foot of Main Street carrying "robes and fur goods." Koogle's manufactured "specialty of buffalo robes, wool dusters, fancy lined robes, carriage mats, and wolf robes, and...

2. A. C. Koogle's A. C. Koogle's 1879 Description of a business at the foot of Main Street carrying robes and a variety of fur goods.

3. A. C. Moffat A. C. Moffat 1879 Description of "Dealer in Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise," located at 615 Main Street.

4. A. R. Jackson A. R. Jackson 1879 Business at 224 Main Street manufactured Display show cases.

5. American Sewing Machine American Sewing Machine 1879 Description of business at 1026 Main Street carrying sewing machines billed as the only machine of its kind. It had "a self-setting needle" and "self-threading shuttle."

6. B. S. Flersheim and Co. B. S. Flersheim and Co. 1879 Description of "one of the largest wholesale liquor establishments in Kansas City," at 414 Delaware Street.

7. Beitman Brothers Beitman Brothers 1879 Description of business at 1403 Grand Avenue manufacturing cigars owned by Joseph and Issac Beitman.

8. C. A. Brockett and CO. C. A. Brockett and CO. 1879 Description of a business located at the foot of Sixth Street that offers well augers and rock drill services.

9. C. M. Horner C. M. Horner 1879 Description of "Notions, Hosiery and Fancy Goods" store at 508 Delaware Street, owned by Charles M. Horner.

10. C. O. Cooper C. O. Cooper 1879 Description of agricultural implements business located on 10th Street, between Mulberry and Hickory.

11. C. W. Fairman C. W. Fairman 1879 Description of a business at 546 and 548 Main Street carrying "stoves, tinware and house-furnishing goods." This busines was owned by C. W. Fairman and he manufactured his own tinware.

12. Cecil Brothers Cecil Brothers 1879 Description of a business located at 425 Walnut Street carrying hay and grain. The three brothers who own this business are J. B. Cecil, H. C. Ceci,l and A. R. Cecil.

13. Central Flouring Mills Central Flouring Mills 1879 Description of a business located at 1227 and 1229 Grand Avenue carrying flour owned by Mr. W. C. Wilhite and M. C. Spence.

14. Conover Brothers Conover Brothers 1879 Description of "Music Dealers" at 613 Main Street, established ca. 1870 by brothers George H. and J[ames?] F. Conover.

15. Delmonico Hotel Delmonico Hotel 1879 The Delmonico Hotel was on 5th Street, between May and Central. Its proprietor, Hugh Lynch, came to Kansas City in 1866.

16. Diamond Mills Diamond Mills 1879 Description of a business located at the corner of Santa Fe and 8th Street that manufactures flour.

17. Dick Brothers Dick Brothers 1879 Description of a larbe brewery located at the corner or 10th and Mulberry street owned by the Dick Brothers.

18. Dornseif & Son Dornseif & Son 1879 Description of "Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Delicacies" at 1222 Grand Avenue owned by John Doenseif and his son John C. Dornseif.

19. Drennon and Werk Drennon and Werk 1879 Description of "Wholesale Liquor Dealers" located at 104 West 3rd Street.

20. E. L. Martin & Co. E. L. Martin & Co. 1879 Profile of company founded in 1868 by E. L. Martin and and [Charles G.] Perrin. As well as an establishment at 404 Delaware St. and 107 West Fourth Street stocking wines and spirits, they owned and operated...