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James T. Blair, Jr.
James T. Blair, Jr.
TitleJames T. Blair, Jr.
DescriptionPortrait of then Missouri Lt. Gov. James T. Blair, Jr., who spoke at the South Central Business Association's 30th Annual Inaugural Dinner on January 24, 1950, at the Hotel President. Blair, born in Maysville, Missouri, spoke on the topic of "Trends in Your Government."
Dateca. 1950
Item TypePhotograph, b/w
CollectionSouth Central Business Association Records (P14 & SC39)
See finding aid: http://localhistory.kclibrary.org/u?/Local,36934
LocationP14, Box 3, Folder 7, #1
NotesJames T. Blair, Jr., served as Governor of Missouri from 1957 through 1961. Photograph taken from page 23 of Scrapbook #26, SC 39.
Local SubjectLieutenant Governors
Politicians
South Central Business Association
Governors
Blair, James T., Jr.
Digital FormatJPEG
Barcode10013971
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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