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1. Convention Hall, Interior Convention Hall, Interior Two postcards of the Convention Hall and its interior.

2. Muehlebach Hotel, Terrace Grill Muehlebach Hotel, Terrace Grill Postcard of the Terrace Grill at the Muehlebach Hotel

3. Anna Ludmila Anna Ludmila Full-body portrait in dance costume of ballerina identified as Anna Ludmila.

4. Stage Entertainment Stage Entertainment Unidentified women in costumes dancing onstage.

5. Anna Ludmila Anna Ludmila Autographed, full-body portrait in dance costume of ballerina Anna Ludmila. Autograph reads: "To Helen Thomes with most sincere admiration, Anna Ludmila."

6. Newman Theater Interior Newman Theater Interior Postcard of interior auditorium of Newman Theater

7. Emil Chaquick Orchestra Emil Chaquick Orchestra Emil Chaquick orchestra and costumed dancers in an elaborate stage setting.

8. Emil Chaquick Orchestra Emil Chaquick Orchestra Emil Chaquick Orchestra and costumed dancers in an elaborate stage setting at unknown theatre.

9. Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid Vertical Files Special Collection Finding Aid 1820-1970 (bulk 1880-1950) The vertical files in this collection contain items found in the regular vertical files of the Special Collections department that were determined to be too old and fragile to be left in the files. The...

10. Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The 1882 Advertising card for The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. showing a surreal image of a bird sitting in a broken egg in a nest. Surrounding the egg looking at the bird are five dancing ladies and two clowns,...

11. Frances Aikins Frances Aikins 1916 Full body portrait in dance costume identified as Frances Aikins. According to newspaper clippings in Scrapbook #2 of the collection, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Aikins, 4315 Warwick Boulevard....

12. Helen Thomes Helen Thomes 1917 Full body portrait in ballerina dance costume of an unidentified dancer. Believed to be Helen Thomes.

13. Dorothy Seiter Dorothy Seiter 1917 Full body portrait in ballerina dance costume identified as Dorothy Seiter.

14. Helen Thomes Helen Thomes 1917 Full body portrait in dance costume of unidentified dancer. Believed to be Helen Thomes.

15. Children's Mercy Hospital Children's Mercy Hospital 1918-1941 Folder includes photocopied correspondence consisting of two letters written by Dr. Katherine B. Richardson addressed to Mrs. E.M. Ellis of Memphis, Tennessee. Information about the hospital is part of...

16. Andreas Pavley Andreas Pavley 1921 Autographed portrait identified as Andreas Pavley. Autograph reads: "A Mlle Helen Thomes, meilleirs Souvenirs, Andreas Pavley, 1921". Name also seen as Andreas Parley in the collection material.

17. Jeannette Bate Jeannette Bate 1925 Full body portrait in dance costume identified as Jeannette Bate. Identified in the newspaper clipppings in the collection as the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Bate, 4923 Main Street and 217 W. 67th...

18. Velma Ruth House Velma Ruth House 1925 Autographed full body portrait in dance costume of Velma Ruth House. Autograph reads: "To My Dearest Teacher With Sincere admiration and appreciation of her wonderful teachings, Velma Ruth House, Sept....

19. Jeannette Bate Jeannette Bate 1925 Partial body portrait in dance costume identified as Jeannette Bate.

20. Katherine Neuer Katherine Neuer 1926 Full body portrait in dance costume of Katherine Neuer. According to newspaper clippings in Scrapbook #2 of the collection, she is the daughter of Mrs. Ed Neuer, 5414 Cherry Street.