Notable Kansas Citians from the Past

Vintage Kansas City.com

"Men Who Are Making Kansas City"

Men Who Made Kansas City

Web adaptation of the book "Men Who Are Making Kansas City"
1902 George Creel & John Slavens

Google
 
Web vintagekansascity.com

New Book!
The Son of Jesse James is Accused of a Train Robbery at Leeds ... Can he get a fair trial in Kansas City?
The Trial of
Jesse James, Jr.

As We See 'Em ~ Caricatures of Prominent Kansas Cityans

Send a Postcard from Old Kansas City

Spalding's Commercial College

Selected Writings of and Articles about Arthur Edward Stilwell

The History of Fairmount Park

 

William Clopton Michaels

William Clopton Michaels was born January 25, 1871, at Alton, Illinois.  His boyhood was spent at Ft. Dodge, Iowa.  When sixteen years old he left the High School at Fort Dodge, and railroaded for several years.  In 1892 he entered the University of Virginia.  The next year he went to the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, and was graduated from the law school there in 1895.

     Mr. Michaels came to Kansas City, and was admitted to the bar November 25, 1895, entering the law office of Haff & Van Valkenburgh.  Mr. Van Valkenburgh was subsequently appointed Assistant United States District Attorney, and the firm became, January 1, 1902, Haff & Michaels.

     Mr. Michaels was married April 19, 1899, to Miss Nannie Stone Wilson, of Independence, Mo.  They have one child, William Wilson Michaels.
Previous Profile All Profiles Next Profile

Whatever became of William Clopton Michaels?

Get the Book
Vintage Kansas City Stories ~ Early 20th Century Americana as Immortalized in The Kansas City Journal
Vintage
Kansas City Stories

 

The Trial of Jesse James, Jr.

Vintage Kansas City Stories

Vintage Kansas City.com

Arthur Edward Stilwell, Visionary

KC Web Links.com ~ The Ultimate Kansas City Internet Directory
Privacy Policy        Contact
timetravel at vintage kansas city dot com