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Thu Oct 16 18:00:20 2014 UTClccn-n840403190.00The R.A. Long memorial banquet /0.611.00"From tree to trade" with the Long-Bell Lumber Company and its allied interests62346840Robert_A._Longn 8404031911879382066130Long, R. A. 1850-1934Long, R. A. (Robert Alexander), 1850-1934lccn-n84035181Bradley, Lenore K.lccn-n89110159McClelland, John M.(John Morris)1915-2010nc-corinthian hall kansas city moCorinthian Hall (Kansas City, Mo.)lccn-n82235605Kansas City Museumnc-long bell lumber companyLong-Bell Lumber Companync-r a long historical societyR.A. Long Historical Societynp-hansen, peter aHansen, Peter, bonnie rHansen, Bonnie R.lccn-n82242729Luckin, Richard, timSullivan, TimLong, Robert Alexander1850-1934Washington (State)--LongviewLong, Robert Alexander,Lumber tradeUnited StatesIndustrialistsLumbermenMissouri--Kansas CityHomesCorinthian Hall (Kansas City, Mo.)Eclecticism in architectureArchitectureMissouri--Longview FarmArchitecture, ModernCity planningHotel Monticello (Longview, Wash.)TravelLouisianaMissouriCoal mines and miningLong-Bell Lumber CoChurchKansas--Cherokee CountyDecoration and ornament, ArchitecturalEducational counselingBusinessmenArchitecture, DomesticPhilanthropists1850193419041908190919181923192619361947194919681981198719891998199920062007201020113292631979.788F899.L8541ocn025394053book0.96Long, Robert AlexanderAn address22ocn026146213mix19680.47Long, Robert AlexanderBackground similarity of model and subject as a factor in model-reinforcement counseling22ocn044778017book19081.00Long, Robert AlexanderForest conservation11ocn046958220book19261.00Long, Robert AlexanderForestry and the lumberman11ocn028802205bookLong, Robert AlexanderThe great responsibility of the church : address11ocn028802158bookLong, Robert AlexanderThe place of the church in the life of the nation : address11ocn041863676book1923Long, Robert AlexanderLong-Bell salutation to the Pacific Northwest1253ocn000414930book19490.63McClelland, John MLongview; the remarkable beginnings of a modern western cityHistory1181ocn019130014book19890.77Bradley, Lenore KRobert Alexander Long : a lumberman of the Gilded AgeHistoryBiography322ocn007786055book19810.30Bradley, Lenore KCorinthian Hall : an American palace on GladstoneHistory91ocn184858879visu20070.24Ours to give the Long legacy of an American familyHistoryBiography of lumber baron R.A. Long. Includes his founding of a small lumber company, Long-Bell, with his partner, building the mansion Corinthian Hall in 1911, creating the lush Longview Farm where his daughter, Loula Long Comb, ran a famous national show horse stable, switching his lumber operation from Louisiana yellow pine shipped on Kansas City Southern lines to Washington State douglas fir, and building the planned city of Longview, Washington as his milltown. He was a philanthropist who also pushed for a reforestation program in his lumber business decades before that was popular61ocn016695849book19230.47Salutation of the Pacific Northwest to Longview, Washington : the new city and port of the mighty Columbia51ocn828929237book20110.27Mitchell, Teresa ThorntonLongview Farm : a biography of a dream come trueHistory31ocn646254570book20100.47Bradley, Lenore KCorinthian Hall : an American palaceStory of the building of lumber tycoon R.A. Long's mansion, Corinthian Hall, and its 100 year history as a home and museum31ocn034158867book19870.19Leiweke, TraceyLongdreams : the story of LongviewHistory31ocn071068341book19041.00Long-Bell Lumber Co"From tree to trade" with the Long-Bell Lumber Company and its allied interestsHistory21ocn191746757serial0.10R.A. Long Historical SocietyHistory21ocn049828286art19040.10Robert Alexander LongBiography21ocn664685123book20100.22Rosin, ElizabethFaces of Corinthian HallExamples of architectural ornamentation at Corinthian Hall, the mansion of lumber tycoon R.A. Long in Kansas City, Missouri11ocn226239838visu20070.10The making of "Ours to give, the R.A. Long story"HistoryFeatures outtakes from the filming of "Ours to give", the biography of lumber baron R.A. Long11ocn502024458book19470.10Miller, Raphael HarwoodR. A. Long Day : sermonHistoryDiscusses how Kansas City lumber tycoon R. A. Long lived a life of faith, actively contributed to his Independence Boulevard Church and to the community through hard work and generous donations, and gained an outstanding reputation for financial integrity11ocn050671357visu0.47Anderson Photo Company (Kansas City, Mo.)R.A. Long's city & country homesPhotographsPhotos of the city estate, Corinthian Hall, in Kansas City, Missouri and the country estate, Longview Farm, in Missouri11ocn502423030book1936The R.A. Long memorial banquetBiography11ocn191123006book19980.56McClelland, John MR.A. Long's planned city : the story of LongviewHistory11ocn244449647visu20060.10Cavens, TravisMr. Long, timber baron based on the life of Robert A. LongHistoryDrama11ocn073887936art1918Robert Alexander LongThu Oct 16 15:17:44 EDT 2014batch10975