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1. Baker's Shoe Store Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Baker's Shoe Store Ribbon Cutting Ceremony March 11, 1950 Ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of a Baker's Shoe Store at 3116 Troost Ave. Cutting the ribbon, from left to right, are Jens C. Pedersen (President of the South Central Business Association),...

2. Board of Governors Board of Governors August 9, 1950 South Central Business Association Board of Governors at their August, 1950 meeting. The meeting was held at the home of Frank Clifford at Lake Lotawana.

3. Bowling Team Bowling Team ca. 1950 Group portrait of the Cox Refrigeration Service bowling team, champions of the South Central Business Association Men's League for the 1949-50 season.

4. Bowling Team Bowling Team ca. 1950 Group portrait of the championship team of the South Central Business Association Women's Bowling League for the 1949-50 season.

5. David E. Harrison David E. Harrison ca. 1950 Portriat of Col. David E. Harrison, Superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Harrison spoke to the South Central Business Association on the subject of safe driving, November 28, 1950.

6. Forrest Smith and Others Forrest Smith and Others September 19, 1950 Luncheon honoring Missouri Governor Forrest Smith (1949-1953). From left to right, standing at the head table are: Elmo Hunter, Police Commissioner; George Fiske, Police Commissioner; William E. Kemp,...

7. George E. Ziegler George E. Ziegler ca. 1950 Portrait of Dr. George E. Ziegler, director of the Midwest Research Institute. Ziegler spoke to the South Central Business Association on the subject of how industrial research affects consumer products...

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

9. James T. Blair, Jr. James T. Blair, Jr. ca. 1950 Portrait of then Missouri Lt. Gov. James T. Blair, Jr., who spoke at the South Central Business Association's 30th Annual Inaugural Dinner on January 24, 1950, at the Hotel President. Blair, born in Maysville,...

10. 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.

11. 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.

12. Kansas City Blues Baseball Game Kansas City Blues Baseball Game 1950 View of spectators at what is presumed to be a Kansas City Blues game at Blues Stadium (later named Municipal Stadium).

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

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

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

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

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

18. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Ribbon Cutting Ceremony May 11, 1950 Ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of the Kroger "Food-O-Mat" Store at the corner of Linwood Boulevard and Forest Avenue.

19. Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Ribbon Cutting Ceremony May 11, 1950 Crowd gathered at a ribbon cutting ceremony in celebration of the opening of a Kroger "Food-O-Mat" Store at the corner of Linwood Boulevard and Forest Avenue.

20. Shirley Sivils Shirley Sivils ca. 1950 Portrait of Shirley Sivils, Troost Avenue Centennial Queen candidate, representing the South Central Business Association. The Centennial Queen contest was decided by a vote on May 23, 1950.