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Paton Associates (8)

Subject
South Central Business... (8)
Cinerama (3)
Mackenzie, Giselle (2)
Craft, Harry F (2)
Blair, David L (2)
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Type
Photograph, B/w (8)

Date
September 251956 (3)
1956 (2)
January 141958 (2)
1958 (1)

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Gisele MacKenzie Gisele MacKenzie 1956 SCBA president David L. Blair presents Gisele MacKenzie with bouquet of flowers. MacKenzie was in Kansas City to perform at Starlight Theater.

2. Gisele MacKenzie with SCBA Group Gisele MacKenzie with SCBA Group 1956 Gisele MacKenzie, 2nd from left; SCBA president David L. Blair, middle, and N. Emerson Paton, SCBA secretary, right.

3. Harry F. Craft Harry F. Craft January 14, 1958 Craft, manager of Kansas City Athletics (baseball team), cuts cake.

4. Kansas City Athletics Kansas City Athletics January 14, 1958 Left to right: George Selkirk, Athletics' personnel manager; Harry Craft, manager of KC Athletics, and Walker Cooper, manager of Indianapolis Indians.

5. Luncheon Meeting Luncheon Meeting 1958 Third from right, E. K. "Joe" Hartenbower (GM). Others unidentified.

6. SCBA Luncheon SCBA Luncheon September 25, 1956 SCBA luncheon honoring This is Cinerama, ''the multi-dimensional revolutionary form of entertainment, now in its 16th week at the Missouri Theatre.'' Guest speaker was Wm. J. Murphy, public relations director...

7. SCBA Luncheon SCBA Luncheon September 25, 1956 SCBA luncheon honoring This is Cinerama, ''the multi-dimensional revolutionary form of entertainment, now in its 16th week at the Missouri Theatre.'' Guest speaker was Wm. J. Murphy, public relations director...

8. Speaker at SCBA Luncheon Speaker at SCBA Luncheon September 25, 1956 Unidentified man speaking at SCBA luncheon honoring This is Cinerama, ''the multi-dimensional revolutionary form of entertainment, now in its 16th week at the Missouri Theatre.'' Guest speaker was Wm....