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161. SC44 Priests of Pallas Collection SC44 Priests of Pallas Collection 1887-2007 This collection contains items relating to the annual Priests of Pallas festival held in Kansas City during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The events were comparable to Mardi Gras in New Orleans...

162. Local Schools Collection Finding Aid Local Schools Collection Finding Aid This Local Schools Collection consists of various pamphlets, booklets, brochures, etc., about different types of area schools. It does not include the public schools.

163. Tom Tivol Opens Jewelry-Appraisal Business Tom Tivol Opens Jewelry-Appraisal Business Summer 2005 Tom Tivol has left his position as president of Tivol jewels to open Tom Tivol Jewelry and Gemstone Appraisals, 8700 State Line Road.

164. Local Street Scene Local Street Scene 1930 Unidentified man picketing against Jenkins Music Company, in front of Jaccard's Jewelry, 1017 Walnut.

165. Jaccard Jewelry Company Ruins Jaccard Jewelry Company Ruins 1893 View of the ruins at the rear of the Jaccard Jewelry Company building after a fire. Photograph is dated January 13, 1893

166. The Sorrentino Medal The Sorrentino Medal October 1, 1901 While Eugenio Sorrentino and the Banda Rossa were playing in Kansas City, they were given a special medal which was designed and made by the Jaccard Jewelry Company. Mr. Sorrentino wrote a march called...