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Banquet, Steuben Society
Banquet, Steuben Society
TitleBanquet, Steuben Society
DescriptionThe 10th anniversary banquet for the Steuben Society of America, Lincoln Unit No. 29, Kansas City, Missouri. Noted on the back of photo in pencil, "Gift of Nadine Hodges to MV Room/This was from the files of Mr. Henry Ortmann, K.C., MO./He was the father of Mrs. Van Dyke Hodges." Date received stamped as October 26, 1965.
PhotographerCommercial Photo Co.
Item TypePhotograph, sepia, 10 x 19.5 in.
CollectionGeneral Collection (P1), Oversize B--Banquets, Number 2
Notes"The Steuben Society of America, founded in 1919, is an educational, fraternal, and patriotic organization of American citizens of German background" (from the Steuben Society of America website, April 2011).
SubjectBanquets
Banquet camera photographs
Local SubjectMuehlebach Hotel
Digital Formattiff imported as jpg2000
Barcode10022842
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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