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61. Kansas City Blues Event Kansas City Blues Event 1950 Unidentified meal event with Kansas City Blues in attendance.

62. Kansas City Blues Event Kansas City Blues Event 1950 Unidentified meal event with Kansas City Blues in attendance.

63. Kansas City Blues Event Kansas City Blues Event 1950 Unidentified meal event with Kansas City Blues in attendance.

64. Kansas City Blues Banquet Kansas City Blues Banquet 1950 Unidentified meal event sponsored by the South Central Business Association with the Kansas City Blues in attendance.

65. Kansas City Blues Banquet Kansas City Blues Banquet 1950 Unidentified meal event sponsored by the South Central Business Association with the Kansas City Blues in attendance.

66. Jack Lescoule Jack Lescoule 1950 Head and shoulders portrait of television personality Jack Lescoule; photo autographed.

67. South Central Business Association Luncheon South Central Business Association Luncheon 1950 Unidentified men and women moving through buffet at unidentified South Central Business Association luncheon.

68. South Central Business Association Luncheon South Central Business Association Luncheon 1950 Unidentified men at podium at unidentified South Central Business Association luncheon.

69. South Central Business Association Luncheon South Central Business Association Luncheon 1950 Men at podium at South Central Business Association luncheon. Includes Mayor William Kemp and Missouri Governor Forrest Smith.

70. Jack L. Batchler Jack L. Batchler 1951 Head and shoulders portrait of Jack L. Batchler, President of the South Central Business Association.

71. Speaker's Table at Banquet Speaker's Table at Banquet 1952 Unidentified men and women at the head table of a South Central Business Association function.

72. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1952 View of cars lined up outside Municipal Stadium before a South Central Business Association parade honoring the Kansas City Blues.

73. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1952 Members of Kansas City Blues posed near cars lined up outside of Municipal Stadium for South Central Business Association parade honoring the baseball team.

74. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1952 Looking northeast from the southwest corner of 11th and Grand at SCBA parade in honor of the Kansas City Blues baseball team.

75. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1952 Car traveling south along the 1100 block of Grand carrying actor Farley Granger in SCBA parade honoring the Kansas City Blues. The Shukert Building can be seen in the background and Sarachek's store.

76. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1952 SCBA parade traveling west on 47th Street near Campbell in honor of the Kansas City Blues.

77. Laurence W. Jones Laurence W. Jones 1952 Head and shoulders portrait of Laurence W. Jones, President of the South Central Business Association for 1952.

78. Carl D. Ludy Carl D. Ludy 1952 Partial frontal portrait of Carl D. Ludy; photo autographed.

79. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1952 Looking west along Armour from Main at cars lined up to honor the Kansas City Blues in a South Central Business Association parade. Also shows Wolferman's grocery store, located at 15 E. Armour.

80. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1952 Looking east along Nichols Road on the Country Club Plaza at cars in SCBA parade honoring the Kansas City Blues.