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Kansas City Public Library The developer then turned to C.H. Lyle’s smoky brickyard and quarry, complete with rock crusher, at Main and 49th streets, practically on the doorstep of Bismark Place, Nichols’ first development on Grand Avenue.
George and a neighbor had opened a brickyard, which was well-positioned to supply adobe bricks for area houses — including for the residence of a pair of young lawyers named John and Sandra Day O'Connor.
The oldest home on the tour is the Dailey House, built circa 1890 out of bricks from the Escondido brickyard.
In the northern portion, William operated a prosperous brickyard.
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