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Street Scenes -- 1920-... (5)
12th Street (4)
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1. 12th Street 12th Street 1929 Looking west along south side of 12th between Euclid and Garfield.

2. 12th Street 12th Street 1929 Storefronts and sidewalk along south side of 12th Street between Euclid and Garfield.

3. 12th Street 12th Street 1929 Looking east along south side of 12th Street between Euclid and Garfield.

4. 13th Street 13th Street 1929 Looking east along the north side of 13th between Baltimore and Wyandotte.

5. Dick's Down Home Cook Shop Dick's Down Home Cook Shop 1929 Full frontal view of Dick's Down Home Cook Shop, located at 1521 E. 18th Street (18th and Vine).

6. Harry Truman, Senator Thomas P. Gore, and Others Harry Truman, Senator Thomas P. Gore, and Others November 12, 1929 Group portrait of Harry Truman, Senator Thomas P. Gore, and others at a dinner held by the South Central Business Association at the LaSalle Hotel in Gore's honor. Men identified on photo as standing left...

7. Locust Street Locust Street 1929 Looking north along the east side of Locust from 12th Street.

8. Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony 1929-06-26 Henry McElroy, Jr., Eleanor Beach (mayor's daughter), and other unidentified people on raised platform and surrounding crowd at groundbreaking for the new terminal building, or as it was called then, airport...

9. Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony 1929-06-26 Henry McElroy, Jr., Eleanor Beach (mayor's daughter), and other unidentified people on raised platform and surrounding crowd at groundbreaking for the new terminal building, or as it was called then, airport...