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 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Ernie Mehl Ernie Mehl Publicity photograph of Mehl in front of WDAF microphone.

2. Ernie Mehl Ernie Mehl 1953 Head and shoulders portrait of Ernie Mehl, sports editor, Kansas City Star.

3. Ernie Mehl Ernie Mehl September 1961 Interior view of N. Emerson Paton standing in back of Kansas City Star Sports Editor Ernie Mehl at weekly SCBA luncheon on September 18, 1961. Tony Pettus is next to Mr. Mehl. The Research Hospital School...

4. Ernie Mehl and N. Emerson Paton Ernie Mehl and N. Emerson Paton April 24, 1961 Interior view of Sports Editor Ernie Mehl and South Central Business Association Secretary N. Emerson Paton, seated on couch. Identified on back as Ad Club.

5. Ernie Mehl and Others Ernie Mehl and Others February 13, 1962 Interior view with Ernie Mehl in the center, Sports Editor for the Kansas City Star, N. Emerson Paton on the right, and sportscaster Merle Harmon on the left. Mehl spoke at the February 13, 1962 weekly...

6. H. Roe Bartle and Ernie Mehl H. Roe Bartle and Ernie Mehl Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle is pictured with Ernie Mehl. They appear to be giving/receiving some type of award. Ernie Mehl was long time sports editor for the Kansas City Star and was instrumental...

7. In Baseball He Gets A's In Baseball He Gets A's January//1957 Profile of Ernie Mehl, the sports editor for the newspaper.

8. Kansas City Blues Banquet Kansas City Blues Banquet 1954 Banquet honoring the Kansas City Blues. City Manager L. P. Cookingham is at the speaker's podium and sports writer Ernie Mehl is seated to the right.

9. Rallies Introduce New Translation: Kansas City Celebrations Are Typical--Members of Three Faiths Honor Rallies Introduce New Translation: Kansas City Celebrations Are Typical--Members of Three Faiths Honor Sportswriter-Youth Leader October 22, 1952 News of church-related events in Kansas City, including the following: (1) "[p]ublic presentation of the new Revised Standard Version of the Bible" at the Independence Boulevard Christian Church and other...

10. SC123 D. M. Nigro Collection Finding Aid SC123 D. M. Nigro Collection Finding Aid 1944-1999 and n.d. The D. M. Nigro Collection consists of publicity materials, correspondence, ephemera, and photographs created by or relating to Dr. D. M. Nigro of Kansas City. Nigro was a medical doctor, sports enthusiast,...

11. Sharing the Victory: The Twenty-five Years of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Sharing the Victory: The Twenty-five Years of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes //1980 It was local sportswriter Ernie Mehl who convinced the Fellowship of Christian Athletes in 1956 that they should move their headquarters to a city with a major league team. Kansas City had such a team...

12. The Incredible Ernie: Former K. C. Star Sports Editor Ernie Mehl Talks about the Old Days, the New Ways The Incredible Ernie: Former K. C. Star Sports Editor Ernie Mehl Talks about the Old Days, the New Ways and the Many Myths of Retirement April 1979 Photo, interview, and biographical article about Ernie Mehl, "[f]ormer K. C. Star sports editor." Discussion about his role in bringing the Kansas City Athletics to town and issues of retirement, growing...