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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

81. Ted Bland Ted Bland 1953 Head and shoulders portrait of Ted Bland, appointed Kansas City Postmaster by President Truman. Back of photograph also indicates that he was a salesman for J. C. Nichols Company, 1953.

82. People at Unidentified Residence People at Unidentified Residence 1953 Group portrait of unidentified men and women at unidentified residence. Includes N. Emerson Paton on the left.

83. Farley Granger Farley Granger 1953 Head and shoulders portrait of actor Farley Granger. One of the two copies is autographed.

84. L. J. Lincoln L. J. Lincoln 1953 Head and shoulders portrait of Col. L. J. Lincoln.

85. Ernie Mehl Ernie Mehl 1953 Head and shoulders portrait of Ernie Mehl, sports editor, Kansas City Star.

86. Junius B. Cofer Junius B. Cofer 1953 Portrait of Junius B. Cofer, an industrial sales manager and a past president (1953) of the South Central Business Association. He spoke at the June 14, 1960 luncheon meeting. See Scrapbook #36, 1960,...

87. Pat Bales Pat Bales 1953 Portrait of Pat Bales at his desk; photo autographed and says "Best Wishes To My Very Close and Personal Friend Pat Paton - Your Buddy, The Lincoln-Mercury Kid, Pat Bales, May 21, 1953".

88. Kansas City Blues Banquet Kansas City Blues Banquet 1954 South Central Business Association banquet honoring the Kansas City Blues at unidentified location.

89. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars turning east onto Ward Parkway from Jefferson on the Country Club Plaza in SCBA parade honoring the Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen.

90. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars traveling south on Troost at 31st in SCBA parade honoring Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen.

91. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars traveling west on 47th Street at Wornall on the Country Club Plaza in parade honoring the Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen.

92. Kansas City Blues Baseball Team Kansas City Blues Baseball Team 1954 Group portrait of Kansas City Blues, Kansas City Blues Queen, and unidentified officials outside Municipal Stadium before parade honoring the baseball team.

93. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars traveling south on Troost near 32nd Street in SCBA parade honoring Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen. The Wirthman Building and the Isis Theater is visible down the street....

94. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars traveling north on Main near 11th Street in SCBA parade honoring Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen. The Roxy and the Paramount Theaters are in view.

95. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars turning east onto 9th from Main Street (The Junction) in SCBA parade honoring the Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen. Kay Hotel billboard is in view.

96. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars traveling east on 9th near Walnut in SCBA parade honoring the Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen.

97. Kansas City Blues Banquet Kansas City Blues Banquet 1954 Unidentified SCBA meal event with Kansas City Blues in attendance. City Manager L. P. Cookingham is in center of photograph.

98. Kansas City Blues Queen in Parade Kansas City Blues Queen in Parade 1954 View of Kansas City Blues Queen in convertible leading parade honoring the baseball team.

99. Kansas City Blues Banquet Kansas City Blues Banquet 1954 Banquet honoring the Kansas City Blues. City Manager L. P. Cookingham is at the speaker's podium and sports writer Ernie Mehl is seated to the right.

100. Kansas City Blues Queen Kansas City Blues Queen 1954 Portrait of unidentified man and Kansas City Blues Queen, taken at a banquet honoring the Kansas City Blues baseball team.