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Kansas City Press Club
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12th Street in the West Bottoms
Street level view of 12th Street at Hickory, looking toward the east in the West Bottoms area of Kansas City, Missouri. The building on the left is identified as the Kansas City Bolt, Nut and Screw Company....
Former GST Workers Face Benefits Deadline
This article contains information concerning the welfare of employees who were laid off from their jobs at GST Steel Company when its parent company GS Industries went into bankruptcy. Various programs...
GS Industries Announces Closing of Kansas City Plant
February 14, 2001
GS Industries, Inc., parent company of GST Steel Company, filed for bankruptcy reorganization and will permanently close the GST Steel plant here in Kansas City. It was the last vestige of the Kansas City...
Kansas City Bolt and Nut Company
View of part of company complex.
Kansas City Bolt and Nut Company Building
View of company complex.
Kansas City Bolt and Nut Company, Aerial View
Aerial view of company complex.
Kansas City Bolt, Nut and Screw Company Building
Street level view of the north side of 12th and Hickory, looking to the east. Provides a partial view of the Kansas City Bolt, Nut and Screw Company building. Located in the West Bottoms of Kansas City,...
Leaders in Our Town
Photo and bio of Ralph Gray, president of the Sheffield Steel Corporation, born in Saint Charles, Missouri, in 1894 and arriving in Kansas City in 1923 as an assistant to the president of the Kansas City...
Men of Affairs in Greater Kansas City, 1912: A Newspaper Reference Work
Photo and bio of Samuel High, "head of the municipal waterworks of Kansas City, Missouri," born in Pennsylvania in 1856 and serving for 16 years in Kansas City as "general superintendent of the Kansas...
Sanborn Map, Kansas City, Vol. 3, 1896-1907, Page p346
Northeastern part of early Kansas City from Independence Road south to Hillary Avenue and from Cambridge Avenue east to Burgess Steet, showing buildings, streets, railroads, and additions. Large numbers...
Sheffield Steel--Armco Division
Photos, illustrations, and information on the Sheffield Steel Company and its Armco division in the Sheffield industrial district of Northeast Kansas City along the Blue River, established in 1888 as the...
Sheffield Steel Corporation
November 3, 1925
Short article about Sheffield Steel Corporation purchasing the Kansas City Bolt & Nut Company, indicating that the plant will be operated in the future under the name of the Sheffield Steel Mills.
Sheffield: Department Store of Steel!
September 1, 1947
Illustrations and article about the history of the Sheffield Steel Company, started in 1887 as the Kansas City Bolt & Nut Company "in the valley of the Blue river" (later called the Sheffield industrial...
Shutdown Is End of an Era: 750 Workers to Lose Jobs in Plant Closing
Feb. 8, 2001
Photos, maps, and article about the closing of the GST Steel Company plant at about Independence Avenue and Interstate 435 "in the Northeast area of Kansas City," ending the company's "local ties dat[ing]...
Booklet describing the company's steel operations and the history of steel production in the city.
The ''Bolt and Nut'' Taken Over by Kansas City Men
July 4, 1916
News of the change in ownership of the manufacturer of "merchant bar iron, reinforcing bars, forgings, machine bolts, track bolts, nuts, etc.," founded in 1888 by J. H. Sternbergh.
With Increased Capacity
The Kansas City Bolt and Nut Company plant has increased workmen, product, and output. Last Fall the company increased its “capacity and volume of output by 25 to 30 per cent.”
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