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Burr Studio (2)

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1. American Royal American Royal September 17, 1954 N. Emerson Paton, center, representing the American Royal Board of Governors, presented honorary memberships on the board to various local officials: (left to right) Richard Kinne, director of the Chamber...

2. American Royal American Royal September 17, 1954 Left to right: Clyde Butler, Post Master and President of Macon, Missouri Chamber of Commerce; A. J. Noll, Mayor, Macon, Missouri, and N. Emerson Paton, Kansas City, Missouri.

3. American Royal American Royal September 1954 Marshall, Missouri, Mayor Harry Heinemann and R. B. Nicholas, president of the Chamber of Commere, were made honorary governors of the American Royal Livestock Show. (Left to right) J. Leo Havob, Secretary,...

4. American Royal American Royal October 1954 N. Emerson Paton (center), representing the American Royal, presents Carl Higgins (left), Nevada, Missouri, Chamber of Commerce President, and James Denman (right), Mayor of Nevada, with certificates making...

5. American Royal American Royal October 1954 Five local residents of Clinton, Missouri, were honored as honorary governors of the American Royal Live Stock and Horse Show.

6. American Royal American Royal 1954 Left to right: C. L. Parks, representing Lee Baker; N. Emerson Paton, SCBA/American Royal; Miss Betty Loman, Johnson County Beauty Queen; C. Monroe Block, President, Chamber of Commerce; and H. R. Garrison,...

7. American Royal American Royal 1954 Left to right: C. L. Parks, representing Lee Baker; N. Emerson Paton, SCBA and American Royal; Miss Betty Loman, Johnson County Beauty Queen; C. Monroe Block, President, Chamber of Commerce; and H. R....

8. American Royal Pageant Winners American Royal Pageant Winners October, 1954 Queen of the American Royal of 1954, Marlene Hickman (center), and two additional unidentified American Royal pageant winners.