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Thanksgiving Dinner
Thanksgiving Dinner
TitleThanksgiving Dinner
DescriptionForty-five live turkeys were given away at the annual Thanksgiving Dinner. One of the winners was the Rt. Rev. Edward Randolph Welles, Bishop of the West Missouri Episcopal Church diocese. Bishop Welles was the speaker for the evening: ''What Thanksgiving Means to Kansas City.''
DateNovember 23, 1954
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 21, Number 34
NotesFrom scrapbook 30, part 1, page 77, bottom right. Newspaper article (November 24, 1954) that reviews Bishop Welles' talk included on page 77.
Local SubjectSouth Central Business Association
Thanksgiving Day
Welles, Edward R.
Digital FormatJPEG
Barcode10015802
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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