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James B. Jackson, Jr.
James B. Jackson, Jr.
TitleJames B. Jackson, Jr.
DescriptionUndated formal portrait of James B. Jackson, secretary of the Kansas City School District Board of Education. Typewritten label on the back reads, "JAMES B JACKSON/BOARD SECRETARY/1909-1928."
Datecirca 1928
CreatorThomson, D. P.
Item TypePhotograph, sepia, 18 x 24.5 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.
SubjectPortrait photographs
School board members
Local SubjectJackson, James B., Jr.
Board of Education
Kansas City School Board
Kansas City School District
Digital Formattiff imported as jpeg2000
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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