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1. Broadway Bridge Dedication Broadway Bridge Dedication 1956-09-25 Close view of dignitaries on podium including H. Roe Bartle on right. Speaker at lectern is Lieutenant Governor James T. Blair.

2. H. Roe Bartle at First Kansas City A's Game H. Roe Bartle at First Kansas City A's Game April 12, 1955 Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle is seated at the first Kansas City A's game held at Municipal Stadium. Missouri Governor James T. Blair is seated two rows behind Bartle next to the right of the patrolmen....

3. Hannibal Bridge Closed Hannibal Bridge Closed September 5, 1956 H. Roe Bartle and Lt. Governor James T. Blair, Jr., placing "closed" sign on Hannibal Bridge during Broadway Bridge dedication.

4. J. (Jim) O. Mack and Lt. Gov. James T. (Jim) Blair J. (Jim) O. Mack and Lt. Gov. James T. (Jim) Blair ca 1956 Photo from The Kansas City Labor Beacon, June 22, 1956. Jim Mack (left) was president of the Carpenters District Council and the Building and Construction Trades Council; Jim Blair, Lt. Governor, the leading...

5. 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,...

6. James T. Blair, Jr. and Others at Podium James T. Blair, Jr. and Others at Podium January 26, 1954 Then Lt. Gov. James T. Blair, Jr. (center), Junius B. Cofer (right) and an unidentified man at podium during the South Central Business Association's 34th Annual Inaugural Dinner on January 26, 1954. Blair,...

7. Missouri Politics: State Government Stands Still as Democrats Try to "Steal' Governorship Missouri Politics: State Government Stands Still as Democrats Try to "Steal' Governorship February/24/1941 Photos and article about the 1940 gubernatorial election in Missouri, involving outgoing Governor Lloyd Stark (anti-Pendergast), defeated Lawrence McDaniel, victorious Forrest Donnell, James Blair, Jr....

8. N. Emerson Paton and Others N. Emerson Paton and Others 1955 N. Emerson Paton with soon to be Missouri Governor James T. Blair, Jr. and other unidentified people at South Central Business Association event.

9. N. Emerson Paton Presenting Certificates N. Emerson Paton Presenting Certificates 1955 N. Emerson Paton of the South Central Business Association presenting honorary governorship certificates for the American Royal to unidentified men. Soon to be Missouri governor, James T. Blair, Jr., is...

10. Political Facts Forum Political Facts Forum 1956 Tuesday Night, June 12, 1956, 6:30 pm, the South Central Business Association, Inc., held a ''Political Facts Forum'' in the Grand Ballroom of the World War II Memorial Building, Linwood at The Paseo....

11. Political Facts Forum Political Facts Forum 1956 Tuesday Night, June 12, 1956, 6:30 pm, the South Central Business Association, Inc., held a ''Political Facts Forum'' in the Grand Ballroom of the World War II Memorial Building, Linwood at The Paseo....