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1936 (2)
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1. 39th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 39th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 1958 Unidentified men and women at the podium during the South Central Business Association's 39th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance. Mayor H. Roe Bartle, and L. P. Cookingham and wives are seated on the podium....

2. 40th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 40th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance 1959 Unidentified men and women at the podium during the South Central Business Association's 40th Anniversary Inaugural Dinner Dance.

3. Alf Landon at South Central Business Association Luncheon Alf Landon at South Central Business Association Luncheon November 18, 1947 Alf Landon (4th from L.) and unidentified men and women at podium at South Central Business Association luncheon. Mrs. Clara Stover is standing next to him (3rd from L.).

4. Ginger Blue Lodge Ginger Blue Lodge n.d. Group portrait of unidentified men and women, many in swimsuits, outside the Ginger Blue Lodge. Probably a South Central Business Association outing.

5. Group of Men and Women Group of Men and Women Attendees at first Fall South Central meeting and luncheon, 1967. Left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Bolling, Mrs. Grace McTernan, unidentified woman.

6. Group of Men and Women Group of Men and Women 1967 Attendees at first Fall South Central meeting. Left to right: Mrs. Richard Bolling, Richard Bolling, E.N. Paton and Burke Dennis.

7. Lake Taneycomo Swimming Spot Lake Taneycomo Swimming Spot 1936 Unidentified men and women swimming off of dock in Lake Taneycomo at Rockaway Beach, Missouri. Probably associated with a South Central Business Association outing in the Ozarks.

8. Men and Women Aboard Train Men and Women Aboard Train n.d. Men and women aboard train.

9. Men and Women Aboard Train Men and Women Aboard Train n.d. Men and women aboard train.

10. Men and Women Around Table Men and Women Around Table ca1930 Unidentified woman, perhaps a celebrity, standing at table with unidentified men at a South Central Business Association event.

11. Men and Women at Banquet Head Table Men and Women at Banquet Head Table ca. 1942 Unidentified men and women at the head table of a South Central Business Association banquet.

12. Men and Women at Depot Men and Women at Depot n.d. Men and women in unidentified depot.

13. Men and Women at Depot Men and Women at Depot n.d. Men and women at unidentified depot.

14. Men and Women Dancing Men and Women Dancing n.d. Unidentified man and woman dancing.

15. Men and Women Singing Aboard a Train Men and Women Singing Aboard a Train n.d. Men and women aboard train singing.

16. Missouri State Penitentiary Missouri State Penitentiary 1964 Unidentified men and women at luncheon held in conjunction with South Central Business Association visit to the Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, Missouri.

17. Missouri State Penitentiary Missouri State Penitentiary 1964 Unidentified men and women at luncheon held in conjunction with South Central Business Association visit to the Missouri State Penitentiary in Jefferson City, Missouri.

18. Mixed Group Mixed Group November 1965 Group of men and women, probably at Thanksgiving party, November 23, 1965. Moving left to right, first two men are unidentified, Woman in center is Libby Belove, then John Roy Beach, Gordon Henke and James...

19. N. Emerson Paton and Others N. Emerson Paton and Others n.d. Group portrait of N. Emerson Paton and unidentified men and women. Probably at a South Central Business Association outing.

20. Native Americans in Traditional Costume Native Americans in Traditional Costume n.d. Group portrait of unidentified men and women associated with the South Central Business Association and posed with Native Americans in traditional costume at unidentified event and location.