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Charles F. Aked, Minister
Charles F. Aked, Minister
TitleCharles F. Aked, Minister
DescriptionUndated formal portrait of Charles F. Aked printed on India Proof paper. Some foxing and discoloration. The portrait is signed in black ink, "Faithfully yours, Charles F. Aked." At the bottom is, "W. Norton & Co. Art Publishers, 8 Aston St., Birmingham." Handwritten on the back in blue ink, "Dr. Charles F. Aked/1919-1924/First Congregational Church/Kansas City, Missouri."
Item TypeLithograph, sepia, 18 x 22 in.
CollectionMissouri Valley Oversize (MVO)
NotesThe MVO (Missouri Valley Oversize) collection contains various types of large size items. Included is art work such as paintings, sculpture, drawings and sketches; photographs, including composite pieces; posters; and other miscellaneous items.
LocationMVO-103F
See AlsoMVO-30F and "Who's Who in Kansas City," in The Kansas City Star, April 29, 1923, D2.
SubjectPortrait drawings
Lithographs
Clergy
Congregational churches
Local SubjectAked, Charles F.
First Congregational Church
Digital Formattiff imported as jpeg2000
Barcode10023172
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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