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81. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Frank Hagerman, a lawyer born in Clark County, Missouri, in 1857 and coming to Kansas City in 1887 as a lawyer.

82. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Roland Edward Bruner, or Roland Bruner, president of the Kansas City-Nevada Consolidated Mines Company, describing his life experiences in general terms, including his upbringing in Kansas...

83. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Herman Harbison, president of the Harbison Manufacturing Company, a native of Kansas City starting out with the Richards & Conover hardware business before starting his own company in...

84. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of William Byers, a lawyer from Ohio, passing the bar exam in New York, and moving to Kansas City in 1912, teaching at the Kansas City School of Law and belonging to several local business...

85. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of J. L. Hanly, a tobacco salesman and native of Kentucky arriving in Kansas City in 1887, "[a]fter four years on the road, during which time he was distinguished as the youngest traveling...

86. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Charles Mumford Bush, or Charles Bush, a lawyer and humorous author, moving to Kansas City in 1886 from Ohio, also involved in the Pallas Athene or Priests of Pallas parades in the 1890s...

87. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of J. Howard Harbison, secretary and co-founder of the Harbison Manufacturing Company in 1898, born in Kansas City in 1878 and starting out with Swift & Company, Armour & Company, and the...

88. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Harry Burke, an insurance salesman with offices in the Waldheim Building and membership at the Kansas City Club and Blue Hills Country Club.

89. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of John Hanna, a civil engineer born in Nebraska in 1864 and starting out with the railroads before arriving in Kansas City as chief engineer of the Kansas City Terminal Railway Company in...

90. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Harry Evans, former president of the Security National Bank, treasurer of the Kansas City Hay Press Company, and secretary of the Kansas City Hardware Company, a native of Ohio arriving...

91. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo of Henry Jost, mayor of Kansas City from 1912 to 1916.

92. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Edward Wilder, a Kansas City architect and co-founder of the firm of Wilder & Wight, later becoming Wight & Wight after his retirement in 1912. Native of Topeka, Kansas with residence...

93. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of John Barber White, a lumber executive and genealogy book collector born in New York in 1847 and moving to Missouri in 1879 and then moving his headquarters to Kansas City, being appointed...

94. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of John Williamson, a Kansas City lawyer since 1903 and a native of Carroll County, Missouri.

95. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Herbert Perry Wright, or Herbert Wright, "president of the H. P. Wright Investment Company." Born in Illinois in 1865 and coming to Kansas City in 1887 as founder of his company with residence...

96. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Herbert Morris Woolf, or Herbert Woolf, president of the "Woolf Bros. Furnishing Goods Co." Born in Kansas City in 1880 at 913 Locust Street and taking over his father's business in 1911...

97. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Charles Stebbins Alves, or Charles Alves, a "cashier and the largest stockholder in the Southwest Boulevard bank."

98. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Washington Adams, an lawyer and officer of the Chamber of Commerce.

99. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of Frederick Fratt, "a distinguished civil engineer," who was born in Wisconsin in 1859 and worked with railroads until becoming president "a few years ago" of the "Union Depot Bridge and...

100. Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 Notable Kansas Citians of 1915-1916-1917-1918 1925 Photo and bio of J. K. Cubbison, "pioneer, attorney, statesman, and leader of men for twenty-five years" as a judge in Kansas, moving from Pennsylvania to Kansas, then to Kansas City, Kansas, and Kansas...