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41. Kansas City Public Library, Bluford Branch Kansas City Public Library, Bluford Branch 1988 Opening of Bluford Branch of Kansas City Public Library, showing Mayor Richard Berkley presenting plaque to Lucile Bluford.

42. Kansas City Mayors Kansas City Mayors February, 1923 Mayor Frank Cromwell and former mayors--l. to r. James A. Reed, George M. Shelley, Darius A. Brown, Leander J. Talbot, Thomas T. Crittenden, Jr., Cromwell, George H. Edwards, Jr., and Samuel B. Strother--attending...

43. Jay H. Neff Jay H. Neff 1907 Head and shoulders portrait; Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri 1904-05.

44. James Lane James Lane Head and shoulders portrait.

45. James H. McGee Residence James H. McGee Residence Full frontal and side view; located at 19th and Baltimore.

46. James H. McGee James H. McGee Head and shoulders portrait of James H. McGee

47. Henry Huston Crittenden Henry Huston Crittenden Frontal portrait of Henry Huston Crittenden.

48. Henry Huston Crittenden Henry Huston Crittenden Head and shoulders portrait of Henry Huston Crittenden.

49. Harry H. Pierce Harry H. Pierce Head and shoulders portrait.

50. Hannibal Bridge Closed Hannibal Bridge Closed September 5, 1956 H. Roe Bartle and Lt. Governor James T. Blair, Jr., placing "closed" sign on Hannibal Bridge during Broadway Bridge dedication.

51. H.J. Heinz Company Building H.J. Heinz Company Building Full frontal view.

52. H. Roe Bartle With Family H. Roe Bartle With Family circa 1920s Harold Roe Bennett Sturdevant Bartle (H. Roe Bartle) standing next to seated man identified as Uncle Jim May (Aunt Ola's husband) and an unidentified girl. Location not given.

53. H. Roe Bartle Statue H. Roe Bartle Statue 1994 Statue of Bartle located in the lobby of Bartle Hall.

54. H. Roe Bartle In Western Attire H. Roe Bartle In Western Attire circa 1950s H. Roe Bartle at a Saddle and Sirloin Club event. Bartle is pictured holding a whip and wearing a Western dress shirt with the American Royal logo on front. H. Roe Bartle and his wife Maggie were members...

55. H. Roe Bartle at First Kansas City A's Game H. Roe Bartle at First Kansas City A's Game April 12, 1955 Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle is seated at the first Kansas City A's game held at Municipal Stadium. Missouri Governor James T. Blair is seated two rows behind Bartle next to the right of the patrolmen....

56. H. Roe Bartle and Three Other Boy Scout Executives H. Roe Bartle and Three Other Boy Scout Executives Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle pictured with three other Boy Scout executives including left to right: Dwight J. Thomson, Alden Barber and Zenon C.R. Hansen. Location not given.

57. H. Roe Bartle and Joyce Hall H. Roe Bartle and Joyce Hall circa 1950s Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle stands with Joyce Hall, founder of Hallmark Cards. Location not given.

58. H. Roe Bartle and Ernie Mehl H. Roe Bartle and Ernie Mehl Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle is pictured with Ernie Mehl. They appear to be giving/receiving some type of award. Ernie Mehl was long time sports editor for the Kansas City Star and was instrumental...

59. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle June 16, 1923 H. Roe Bartle seen shouldering a sledgehammer while chewing on a cigar in Casper, Wyoming. Bartle worked in Casper as a Boy Scout official.

60. H. Roe Bartle H. Roe Bartle 1923 Harold Roe Bennett Sturdevant Bartle (H. Roe Bartle) standing in front of a car in Casper, Wyoming.