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1. Sherlie Lou Steffens at Podium Sherlie Lou Steffens at Podium March 2, 1954 1954 Auto Show Queen, Sherlie Lou Steffens, at the podium during a South Central Business Association luncheon.

2. South Central Business Association's Ladies Day Spring Party South Central Business Association's Ladies Day Spring Party 1954 Attendees at the South Central Business Association's Ladies Day Spring Party at unidentified location.

3. Monte Montana Monte Montana 1954 Autographed portrait of Monte Montana performing rope trick over horse. Photo sponsored by Butternut Bread and a souvenir of the 1954 American Royal Livestock and Horse Show.

4. 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.

5. 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,...

6. 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.

7. 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.

8. 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.

9. 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.

10. 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....

11. 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.

12. 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.

13. 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.

14. Earl O. Shreve and Kearney Wornall Earl O. Shreve and Kearney Wornall December 8, 1954 Director of the national Treasury Department, Earl Shreve, spoke about ''A Sound, Stable Dollar'' at the luncheon. Mr. Wornall (right) introduced the speaker.

15. Men at Banquet Table Men at Banquet Table ca. 1954 Distant view of unidentified South Central Business Association members at a banquet table.

16. American Royal American Royal October 1954 Five local residents of Clinton, Missouri, were honored as honorary governors of the American Royal Live Stock and Horse Show.

17. Thanksgiving Dinner Thanksgiving Dinner November 23, 1954 Forty-five live turkeys were given away at the annual Thanksgiving Dinner. One of the winners was the Rt. Rev. Edward Randolph Welles, Bishop of the West Missouri Episcopal Church diocese. Bishop Welles...

18. Shriners Shriners ca. 1954 Group portrait of Ararat Shrine members aboard a Georgian Bay Line Great Lakes cruise ship. South Central Business Association Secretary N. Emerson Paton stands fourth from right.

19. 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.

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