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1. American War Dads Association American War Dads Association 1946 Unidentified men wearing hats that read "American War Dad".

2. Campell College Glee Club Campell College Glee Club ca1915 Group of nine men and two women, members of the Campell College Glee Club, posing in front of a building. All wearing hats, suits, and ties, some carrying coats and suitcases.

3. Chefs Chefs 1967 Group of members of SCBA dressed in chef's hats and aprons. Left to right: Clark Lane, Jim Mullins, Ralph Angle, Roy Swansen and Gordon Henke.

4. Chicago, Wilson Avenue L Station Chicago, Wilson Avenue L Station ca1915 Snapshot of street outside the Wilson Avenue elevated train station in Chicago. Station sign says Take elevated 18 minutes to loop. Three men and one woman all in hats are caught walking along sidewalk....

5. Clyde and Jess Metcalfe Clyde and Jess Metcalfe July 5, 1915 Two women and a man identified as CHM [Clyde Metcalfe], GH [Gertrude Heinz], JM [Jess Metcalfe] standing in front of what appears to be a train car. All three wear hats, the man smokes.

6. Clyde and Jess Metcalfe Clyde and Jess Metcalfe July 5, 1915 Two women and a man identified as "Gertrude Heinz, CM [Clyde Metcalfe], & JM [Jess Metcalfe]" standing in front of what appears to be a train car. Location identified on back of photo as Sells Floto Circus....

7. Fort Madison, Iowa, Man and Women in Park Fort Madison, Iowa, Man and Women in Park ca1915 Three people in a park in Ft. Madison, Iowa. Identified as J. T. Wilson, Nona Louck, and Irma Andrews, one sits on a bench, two stand. All three wear hats. Park trees, the side of a gazebo, and a line...

8. Girls Girls 1910 Two girls identified as Anna - Lorren standing in front of a brick wall wearing big hats and coats. Location identified as Kansas City, Missouri.

9. Girls and Boys Girls and Boys ca1915 Seven unidentified children posing in front of bushes. All are wearing hats, some of which are made of paint cans and other such non-hat materials.

10. Group Portrait Group Portrait n.d. Group portrait of four unidentified men and women next to unidentified building, location unknown. Women wearing large feathered hats.

11. Jones Dry Goods Company Booth Jones Dry Goods Company Booth Jones Dry Goods Company coats and hats booth.

12. Jones Dry Goods Company Booth Jones Dry Goods Company Booth Jones Dry Goods Company coats and hats booth.

13. Kansas City Bicycle Club Kansas City Bicycle Club 1895 Unidentified club members wearing "N" hats with bicycles. May be the Kansas City Cyclists Club.

14. Marceline, Missouri, Women Marceline, Missouri, Women ca1915 Three women identified as Ruth Gilmore, Ethel Johnson, and Ruth Cater seated on an open-topped (railroad) vehicle in Marceline, Missouri. Houses and other buildings visible in background. Women are wearing...

15. N. Emerson Paton With Man N. Emerson Paton With Man 1960 Exterior snapshot of SCBA secretary N. Emerson Paton standing with unidentified man outside. Both are wearing Shriner or club hats.

16. People Wearing Red Cross Hats People Wearing Red Cross Hats Group portrait of unidentified men with "Red Cross" across their hats standing at the Junction.

17. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 21, 1961 Interior view of men in chef's hats carving a turkey at 41st annual Thanksgiving Party held on Nov. 21, 1961. According to newspaper clipping found in Scrapbook #37, 1961, page 69, identification should...

18. Unidentified Club Unidentified Club Unidentified men wearing club uniforms adorned with insects and hats reading "Missouri" and "KC 1".