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41. Lynn Randall Lynn Randall 1960 Believe to be Mrs. Lynn Randall, part of the famous Randall's of Beverly Hills, California, horse trainers and a star attraction at the American Royal. They were guests at the South Central Business Association...

42. People Standing Near Automobile People Standing Near Automobile [1927] Believed to be N. Emerson Paton on the left and others posed near decorated car at unidentified event.

43. Dinner Meeting Dinner Meeting 1960 Believed to be South Central's Big Schlitz Brewery Plant Party held October 25, 1960 at 6:30 at the Schlitz Brewery's Brown Bottle Banquet Hall located at 316 Oak Street. John E. Carter is seated at bottom...

44. Harold Mack in KCMO-TV Newsroom Harold Mack in KCMO-TV Newsroom August 3, 1954 Broadcaster Harold Mack standing in the KCMO-TV newsroom covering returns of the August 3, 1954 primary elections. A caption of this photo printed in The Signal (a KCMO publication) of September, 1954,...

45. Unidentified Men in Front of Cafe Unidentified Men in Front of Cafe 1956 Cafe is possibly in Olathe, Kansas, where the SCBA group went for a field trip.

46. Charles L. Westhofen Charles L. Westhofen ca. 1953 Capt. Charles L. Westhofen, commanding officer of the Olathe Naval Air Station. Westhofen spoke to the South Central Business Association on September 15, 1953, on the subject of the future of guided missiles...

47. 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.

48. Kansas City Blues Parade Kansas City Blues Parade 1954 Cars heading west on Petticoat Lane at Walnut in parade honoring Kansas City Blues; lead car carrying Kansas City Blues Queen. Shows Emery Bird Thayer building.

49. 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.

50. 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.

51. 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.

52. 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....

53. 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.

54. 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.

55. 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.

56. Sally Rand Sally Rand n.d. Casual group portrait of Sally Rand and unidentified group of men at unidentified bowling alley. Does include N. Emerson Paton in the photograph.

57. Rex Whitton Rex Whitton October 1955 Chief Engineer, Missouri State Highway Commission. Whitton addressed the SCBA luncheon giving an update of the progress of Missouri highways.

58. Holiday Billboard Holiday Billboard December 28, 1928 Christmas and New Year billboard at the intersection of Linwood and Troost put up by the South Cental Business Association, courtesy of the General Outdoor Adv. Co.

59. Jewelry or Medal Jewelry or Medal n.d. Close-up of unidentified piece of jewelry or medal, perhaps associated with the British Crown. Ira J. Seifried, President and Chairman, Board of Directors, C.A. Kiger Company, Diamond Experts spoke at...

60. James D. Carter James D. Carter December 13, 1955 Colonel James D. Carter, Director of Corrections for Missouri Penal System. Carter addressed the SCBA luncheon on the subject ''Reorganizing the Department of Corrections and Procedures for Better Rehabilitation...