The New International Encyclopædia/Richmond (Missouri)

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RICHMOND. A city and the county-seat of Ray County, Mo., 40 miles east by north of Kansas City, on the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad (Map: Missouri, B 2). It is situated in a region engaged in agriculture, cattle-raising, and coal-mining, and manufactures flour and lumber products. The Woodson Institute is here. Population, in 1890, 2895; in 1900, 3478.