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101. Taft's Dental Rooms Taft's Dental Rooms ca. 1880-1900 Advertising card for Taft's Dental Rooms featuring a boy dressed in historical costume with plumed hat, lace collar, and breast plate. One of two cards with similar theme and design. Lower left corner...

102. Tap Dancers in Costume Tap Dancers in Costume circa 1930s Eight costumed girls lined up in a row. They are wearing hats with large plumes and holding toy guns and appear to be on a stage.

103. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 21, 1961 Interior view of men in chef's hats carving a turkey at 41st annual Thanksgiving Party held on Nov. 21, 1961. According to newspaper clipping found in Scrapbook #37, 1961, page 69, identification should...

104. The Hat That Won the West The Hat That Won the West February/29/1976 Article about the Western associations in the history of the John B. Stetson Company, the most prominent cowboy hat maker in the world, founded by Stetson. The first hats were sold in 1860 in Saint Joseph,...

105. Three KCPD Officers Three KCPD Officers circa 1934 Three men standing in front of building wearing suits, hats, and overcoats. The man in the center is Chief of Detectives Thomas Higgins; the person on the left appears to be Lt. George "Jeff" Rayen.

106. Two Women Dressed Up Two Women Dressed Up circa 1930s Two women both wearing a coat and hat and holding purses. The older woman on the right is also holding a flower bouquet. Other people, including a young boy, are visible in the background.

107. Two Women in Fur Coats Two Women in Fur Coats circa 1920s-1930s Two women in a parlor seated in front of a baby grand piano wearing hats and fur coats.

108. Two Women Seated Two Women Seated circa 1920s Two women and a man seated together on a bench. The women are wearing coats and hats. The man is in a suit and smoking a cigar; his head is only partially in view.

109. Unidentified Civil War Soldiers or Guerrillas Unidentified Civil War Soldiers or Guerrillas 1893 Charcoal portrait of two men dressed in cloaks, uniforms, and hats with plumes and holding pistols. Drawing is signed by the artist with "93" immediately below the signature. Each of these has his own...

110. Unidentified Club Unidentified Club Unidentified men wearing club uniforms adorned with insects and hats reading "Missouri" and "KC 1".

111. Unidentified Couple Unidentified Couple circa 1930s Portrait of unidentified man and woman; each has a ribbon pinned to their clothing.

112. Valentine's Day Valentine's Day Valentine's Day Postcard

113. Walnut Street, North from 12th Street Walnut Street, North from 12th Street Postcard of Walnut Street, North from 12th Street

114. Walnut Street, North from 12th Street Walnut Street, North from 12th Street Postcard of Walnut Street, North from 12th Street

115. Wearing Many Hats Wearing Many Hats May 13-19, 2005 Organized in 2003 as a free source of information for small business owners, KCSourceLink is now "a connecting point for 131 nonprofts that provide service to ara small businesses".

116. Woodson Smith Hat Company Woodson Smith Hat Company Postcard of the Woodson Smith Hat Company at the Postal Telegraph building

117. Yellowstone Park, Old Faithful Inn Yellowstone Park, Old Faithful Inn 2 postcards from Yellowstone Park