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1. Jesse James Motion Picture Scene Jesse James Motion Picture Scene ca1920s An example of a postcard made and sold by Brookings Montgomery. This one is identified as Death scene of Jesse James, reconstructed for first silent movie, in which Jesse Jr. played the part of his father....

2. Brookings Montgomery Papers Finding Aid Brookings Montgomery Papers Finding Aid 1940s-1962 Brookings Montgomery (1884-1963) was a local photographer who died in Kansas City at the age of 79. He owned and operated Montgomery Foto Service located at 1519 Wyandotte, Kansas City, Missouri. It is...

3. Photographic and View Company Photographic and View Company 1981 Contains correspondence between the Missouri Valley Room of the Kansas City Public Library and Marjorie Kernick, dated 1981. Mrs. Kernick recalls her knowledge of the Photographic and View Company. Also...

4. Centennial Indian Village Centennial Indian Village 1950 Exterior view in downtown area, believed to be a view of the Indian Village in association with Kansas City's Centennial celebration in 1950. Tribe and members not identified.

5. Centennial Indian Village Centennial Indian Village 1950 Exterior view of Indians performing, believed to be a part of the Indian Village at Kansas City's Centennial celebration in 1950.

6. Coffeyville, Kansas Coffeyville, Kansas ca1955 Exterior, full view of memorial located in Coffeyville, Kansas. Inscription reads: This Memorial is dedicated to those men who successfully defended Coffeyville during the Dalton raid, October 5, 1892....

7. Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Storage Building Southwestern Bell Telephone Company Storage Building circa 1930 Exterior, street level view of building taken during construction. Identified as the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company storage building located on E. 15th Street in Kansas City, Missouri.

8. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1925 Full frontal portrait with camera and Anderson Photo Company valise.

9. Dunbar School Dunbar School N.d. Full view of architectural drawing for the exterior of the school. Designed by Hardy & Schumacher, Architects.

10. Kearney, Missouri Church Kearney, Missouri Church ca1950s Full view of the City of God Church located in Kearney, Missouri.

11. Kearney, Missouri Church Kearney, Missouri Church ca1950s Full view of the Kearney [United] Methodist Church located in Kearney, Missouri.

12. Kearney, Missouri High School Kearney, Missouri High School ca1950s Full, corner view identified by Montgomery as the Kearney, Missouri high school.

13. Kearney, Missouri Church Kearney, Missouri Church ca1950s Full, frontal view of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) located in Kearney, Missouri.

14. 3 & 2 Baseball League 3 & 2 Baseball League 1944 Group portrait of a 3&2 little league baseball team at Gillham Park.

15. LeRoy ''Scotty'' Scott and Wife LeRoy ''Scotty'' Scott and Wife n.d. Half body, portrait view identified as LeRoy Scotty Scott and his wife.

16. KMBC Radio KMBC Radio Happy Hollow cast and others, including Brookings Montgomery, outside entrance to Pickwick Hotel at the start of troupe's European and African tour.

17. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1922 Head and shoulders portrait.

18. KMBC Radio KMBC Radio Informal group portrait of "Ozark Rambler", Brookings Montgomery, and others.

19. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1940 Informal group portrait with two unidentified men, Montgomery on the left.

20. Brookings Montgomery Brookings Montgomery 1960 Informal portrait taken in Montgomery's office.