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1. Broadway Boulevard Broadway Boulevard 1999 Street level view looking north on Broadway at 39th Street intersection. Buildings in immediate view to be removed for new drugstore construction. Tobler Flowers sign in view on building.

2. Broadway Boulevard at 39th Street Broadway Boulevard at 39th Street 1999 Street level view of the east side of Broadway at the 39th Street intersection. View is looking toward the northeast. Toblers Flowers shop is in view with a business named L. A. Graham Plumbing Supplies...

3. Businesswomen Businesswomen 1967 Group of women at SBCA. Only person identified is Myrtle Flowers, 2nd from left, back row.

4. Firestone Employees and Charles A. Smith Firestone Employees and Charles A. Smith N.d. Group portrait of Firestone employees and Charles A. Smith, architect and architect of Firestone station, behind table of flowers surrounding a Firestone tire. Employees identified on back of photograph....

5. Firestone Store Opening Firestone Store Opening 1930 Unidentified men and Charles A. Smith standing with flowers at what appears to be the opening of the Firestone Store at Linwood and Troost.

6. First National Bank Interior First National Bank Interior March 2, 1936 Flowers decorating the lobby of the First National Bank, 14 W. 10th Street, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of that organization.

7. Funeral Flowers Funeral Flowers Floral arrangements for Mervia McGrew, 1882-1920, of Buena Vista, Iowa.

8. Funeral Flowers Funeral Flowers Floral arrangements covering casket of Riley Lynch, killed in car and train wreck at Grain Valley, Missouri.

9. Funeral Flowers Funeral Flowers Floral arrangements covering casket of Bell McGrew Lynch, 1891-1926.

10. Gisele MacKenzie Gisele MacKenzie 1956 SCBA president David L. Blair presents Gisele MacKenzie with bouquet of flowers. MacKenzie was in Kansas City to perform at Starlight Theater.

11. Jean Harlow Jean Harlow December 8, 1931 Portrait of Jean Harlow holding bouquet of flowers.

12. Loose Park Rose Garden Loose Park Rose Garden Looking east across Rose Garden from underneath trellis at west entrance to garden; flowers in bloom.

13. Loose Park Rose Garden Loose Park Rose Garden Rose Garden, flowers in bloom.

14. Loose Park Rose Garden Loose Park Rose Garden Looking south at Rose Garden, flowers in bloom.

15. Mary Jo Smith Mary Jo Smith 1956 David Blair, SCBA president, pins flowers on American Royal Queen Mary Jo Smith.

16. Men in Rose Garden Men in Rose Garden June 22, 1932 Unidentified male workers in Rose Garden, flowers not in bloom.

17. Motor Bus Motor Bus October 1955 Left to right: Orville W. Anderson, Downtown Committee; Dan Freiling, K. C. Public Service Company; N. E. Paton, Secretary, South Central Business Association; Webster Withers, Jr., Withers Estate Company;...

18. Nursing Students Event Nursing Students Event 1952 Interior view, Kansas City General Hospital No. 1, unidentified formal social event presumably for nursing students. Includes a young woman being crowned, and holding a bouquet of flowers with a ribbon...

19. Streetcar Streetcar 1955 Route 56, Country Club line car in Brookside. Also shows Peed's Flowers, located at 6227 Brookside Boulevard.

20. Women in Rose Garden Women in Rose Garden 1940 Unidentified women seated in shelter house in Rose Garden, flowers in bloom.