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February//1899 (4)
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1. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of the building for the Elks Club, formally named the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks ("B. P. O. E."), at 7th and Grand Avenues in the Wisconsin Building, moved from its original site at...

2. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of E. J. Becker, a member of the "Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks" in Kansas City, with a history of the club.

3. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of Charles Clasby, a member of the Elks Club.

4. B. P. O. E. B. P. O. E. February//1899 Photo of E. L. Biersmith, a member of the Elks Club, or the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

5. Elks Building Gone but Lodge 26 Still Vibrant Elks Building Gone but Lodge 26 Still Vibrant September 21, 2011 Postcard image and short article about the old Elks Lodge, no. 26 building located at 7th & Grand streets. The brownstone building was designed by William Walters of Oshkosh, Wis., and served as the Wisconsin...

6. Elks Club Elks Club Full frontal and side view; located at 7th and Grand.

7. Elks Club Elks Club 1900 Full frontal and side view.

8. Elks Club Elks Club 1900 Full frontal and side view.

9. Elks Club Building Elks Club Building

10. Elks Club Building Elks Club Building May 11, 1961

11. Elks' Club Building Elks' Club Building Postcard of the Elks Club No. 26 building, Kansas City

12. Elks' Club Building Elks' Club Building Postcard of the Elk's Club Building