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61. Thomas J. Strickler Thomas J. Strickler c1955 Portrait of Major Thomas J. Strickler, associated with the American Legion. He spoke at the November 8, 1955 luncheon meeting.

62. Thomas Graham Thomas Graham 1965 Portrait of Thomas D. Graham, Speaker of the Missouri House. Graham spoke at the SCBA meeting on November 30, 1965.

63. Thomas E. Whitecotton Thomas E. Whitecotton ca. 1946 Portrait of Col. Thomas E. Whitecotton, who spoke to the South Central Business Association on January 15, 1946. Whitecotton was Director of Missouri Penal Institutions, and had formerly been a warden...

64. Thanksgiving Party Turkey Winners Thanksgiving Party Turkey Winners November 23, 1954 John H. Barry holds as E. K. Dartenhower draws tickets for the winners of the live turkeys given away at the 1954 South Central Business Association Thanksgiving party.

65. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 21, 1961 Interior view of six unidentified men dessed as chefs at the 41st annual Thanksgiving Party, November 21, 1961.

66. 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...

67. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party N.d. Unidentified men and women with turkeys at what appears to be a Thanksgiving South Central Business Association luncheon.

68. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 22, 1955 Ten-year old Cheryl Faris selects numbers for the turkeys.

69. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 20, 1956 Rev. Maurice Van Ackeren, president of Rockhurst College, helps the young girl draw names for prizes.

70. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 20, 1956 SCBA Thanksgiving party. Man in white on far right is W. Clark Lane.

71. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 20, 1956 Rev. Maurice E. Van Ackeren standing to the left of the girl, and SCBA President David Blair (left) and N. Emerson Paton (right) at microphone during the SCBA Thanksgiving evening dinner.

72. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 24, 1953 Distant view of the head table at the 1953 South Central Business Association Thanksgiving Party. Present at this event were the Rt. Rev. Robert N. Spencer, SCBA President Roy Swanson, Grace Nelson McTernan,...

73. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party 1958 Group of three clergymen and other unidentified man by bags of turkeys. Includes Maurice E.Van Ackeren and Rev. Harry Allen on the right. Program for Thanksgiving Party is in the scrapbook.

74. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party 1958 Two unidentified men holding up turkeys presumably at the SCBA Thanksgiving Party.

75. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 20, 1956 Left to right: W. Clark Lane, N. Emerson Paton, Scretary SCBA, and Father Van Ackeren, president Rockhurst College next to a table of dressed turkeys.

76. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 25, 1952 Live turkeys in cages on the speaker's table at the 1952 South Central Business Association Thanksgiving luncheon. Thirty turkeys were given away to members of the SCBA that year.

77. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 24, 1959 View of four unidentified men standing by table of packaged turkeys at the organization's annual Thanksgiving Party held November 24, 1959, at the World War II Memorial Building at Linwood and the Paseo....

78. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 24, 1953 Live turkeys in wire cages at the 1953 South Central Business Association Thanksgiving party.

79. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 22, 1955 Jack Barry pulls turkey from cage.

80. Thanksgiving Party Thanksgiving Party November 20, 1956 Handing out dressed turkey to prize winner at SCBA Thanksgiving party.