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James D. Carter
James D. Carter
TitleJames D. Carter
DescriptionColonel James D. Carter, Director of Corrections for Missouri Penal System. Carter addressed the SCBA luncheon on the subject ''Reorganizing the Department of Corrections and Procedures for Better Rehabilitation of Inmates.''
DateDecember 13, 1955
PhotographerHammond Studio
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 27, Number 33
NotesFrom scrapbook 31, p. 105. See also newspaper clippings on p. 105 and p. 104.
Local SubjectSouth Central Business Association
Missouri Department of Corrections
Carter, James D.
Digital FormatJPEG
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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