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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. 10th and Baltimore 10th and Baltimore circa 1940s-1950s View of the southeast corner of 10th and Baltimore showing the old New England Bank building (H. O. Peet & Co.), Land Bank building, and First National Bank building.

2. 1950 Centennial Beard Contest 1950 Centennial Beard Contest June 24, 1950 Interior stage view identified as beard contest connected with the Kansas City Centennial celebration. Taken at the Ritz Theater.

3. 3 & 2 Baseball League 3 & 2 Baseball League 1944 Group portrait of a 3&2 little league baseball team at Gillham Park.

4. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1925 Full frontal portrait with camera and Anderson Photo Company valise.

5. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1922 Head and shoulders portrait.

6. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1940 Informal group portrait with two unidentified men, Montgomery on the left.

7. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1955 Informal portrait with Carter Tucker, Montgomery on the left.

8. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1945 Informal portrait with unidentified men on grandstand, Montgomery on the right.

9. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1960 Informal portrait taken in Montgomery's office.

10. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1920 Informal portrait with unidentified man on porch, Montgomery on the right.

11. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1950 Posed next to car at unidentified location.

12. Centennial Indian Village Centennial Indian Village 1950 Exterior view in downtown area, believed to be a view of the Indian Village in association with Kansas City's Centennial celebration in 1950. Tribe and members not identified.

13. Centennial Indian Village Centennial Indian Village 1950 Exterior view of Indians performing, believed to be a part of the Indian Village at Kansas City's Centennial celebration in 1950.

14. Coffeyville, Kansas Coffeyville, Kansas ca1955 Exterior, full view of memorial located in Coffeyville, Kansas. Inscription reads: This Memorial is dedicated to those men who successfully defended Coffeyville during the Dalton raid, October 5, 1892....

15. Coffeyville, Kansas Coffeyville, Kansas 7-May-58 View of the First National Bank in Coffeyville, Kansas. In reference to the Dalton Gang.

16. Dunbar School Dunbar School N.d. Full view of architectural drawing for the exterior of the school. Designed by Hardy & Schumacher, Architects.

17. Hannibal Bridge Hannibal Bridge July 3, 1950 View of dignitaries on the 2nd Hannibal Bridge in connection with the Kansas City Centennial celebration. Banner on bridge reads "Site of First Permanent Rail Crossing of Missouri River, Hannibal and St....

18. James Farm Gate Entrance James Farm Gate Entrance ca1950s View from road looking at a gate with James Farm written on the top. Believed to be entrance to James Family farm near Kearney, Missouri, birthplace of Frank and Jesse James.

19. Jesse James Motion Picture Scene Jesse James Motion Picture Scene ca1920s An example of a postcard made and sold by Brookings Montgomery. This one is identified as Death scene of Jesse James, reconstructed for first silent movie, in which Jesse Jr. played the part of his father....

20. Kansas City Centennial Cakes Kansas City Centennial Cakes 1950 Interior view of tables with various examples of centennial cakes associated with the Kansas City Centennial celebration.