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1961-11-11 (14)
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101. R. J. Delano School R. J. Delano School Exterior view of R. J. Delano School at 3708 Linwood Avenue, looking northwest. School was designed for handicapped children and is named for supporter and Lions Club member Mr. Raymond James Delano.

102. Richard Nixon Richard Nixon 1960-09-23 Vice President Richard Nixon campaigning with his wife, Pat Nixon, during his first run for president.

103. Richard Nixon Richard Nixon 1960-09-23 Vice President Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat Nixon, greet people on a staircase during his first presidential campaign. Venue unknown.

104. Richard Nixon Richard Nixon 1960-09-23 Vice President Richard Nixon greets supporters at an event during his first presidential campaign.

105. Richard Nixon Campaign Event Richard Nixon Campaign Event 1960-09-23 Crowd gathered for a campaign event in unknown location for Vice President Richard Nixon during his first presidential bid.

106. Robert Askren Photograph Collection Finding Aid Robert Askren Photograph Collection Finding Aid circa 1870s-2005, bulk 1950-1980s Local photographer Robert G. Askren donated photographs and negatives to the Missouri Valley Special Collections in 2006. He worked for Harkins Commercial Photo Co. which he later purchased and renamed...

107. Rosalyn Carter Rosalyn Carter 1979-10 First Lady Rosalyn Carter shaking hands with William C. Speidel, General Manager of the Radisson Muehlebach Hotel located in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The Carters stayed at the hotel while President...

108. Scout Statue Scout Statue Full view of the Scout Statue looking toward the northeast and the downtown Kansas City skyline. Statue is located in Penn Valley Park in Kansas City, Missouri. The Indian is missing the head feather in...

109. Southwestern Bell, Switchboard Operators Southwestern Bell, Switchboard Operators circa 1970 Three unidentified switchboard operators at Southwestern Bell.

110. Stockyards, Cattle Trucks Stockyards, Cattle Trucks Empty trucks in Kansas City stockyards.

111. Stockyards, Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City 1872 Image of Kansas City Stockyards corrals that appears to have been taken from a publication. Caption reads, "View of portion of Kansas City stock yards in 1872 after one year in operation. Note the 'rangy'...

112. Stockyards, Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City View of stockyards with cattle in pens.

113. Stockyards, Kansas City Stockyards, Kansas City View of stockyards with cattle in pens. Shows Swift sign in background.

114. Traders National Bank Traders National Bank 1962-09-20 View of Traders National Bank building looking northwest, located on E. 12th Street between McGee Street and Grand Boulevard. Adjacent low building at northwest corner of 12th & McGee is a parking garage...

115. Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church 1952-05 Street level view of a church identified as "Trinity Church." The May 1952 city directory gives the name as Trinity Evangelical United Brethren Church and its location as 6408 Rockhill Road.

116. Troost Avenue Methodist Church Troost Avenue Methodist Church 1952-05 Full, street level view of the Troost Avenue Methodist Church located at 2536 Troost Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri.

117. Water Works Water Works 1952-03 View looking southwest of the Kansas City Water Works operation located north of the Missouri River in North Kansas City. The river can be seen in the distance.