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Photograph with interior view of streetcar with unidentified men and women aboard.

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Photograph with interior view of streetcar with unidentified men and women aboard.

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Photograph of Charles Fillmore seated at a desk. Fillmore was co-founder with his wife Myrtle of the Unity School of Christianity.

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Group portrait of Donnelly Garment Company employees in costume at company Hollywood Blowout party.

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Photograph of Myrtle Fillmore seated at a desk in her office with another unidentifed woman next to her. Mrs. Fillmore was the co-founder of Unity School of Christianity with her husband Charles.

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Group portrait of uniformed Donnelly Garment Company employees holding gifts, Nell Donnelly Reed, and a person dressed as Santa Claus at a company Christmas party at the Corrigan Building.

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Photograph of children and adults posed outside of the Willard Mission, once located at 7032 Independence Road (renamed Wilson Avenue), between the Missouri Pacific Railroad and the defunct intersection of Wilson Road and Bristol Avenue. Insert photograph is identified as Supt. Mrs. S. E. Pendergass. The mission was operated by the Woman's Christian Temperance Union and was razed by 1925.

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Photograph of Elizabeth Gates Reeves, a production manager at Donnelly Garment Company.

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Photograph showing Dwight Brown, former Governor Guy Park, and Herbert T. Hilscher at unidentified South Central Business Association function.

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Photograph of Dr. Logan Clendening, an accomplished medical writer, posing behind bars, "in clink" [prison].

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Group portrait of Nell Donnelly Reed and employees at Nelly Don Pioneers group luncheon in Reed's office.

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Photograph of the front of Union Station in Kansas City where the Union Station Massacre has just happened. Identification on back reads: At right is the automobile of Raymond J. Caffrey, federal officer who conducted Frank Nash to Union Station, at Kansas City, Mo., where he and three other officers as well as Nash, the convict, were slain when gangsters attempted to wrest the prisoner from the officers. Between the cars may be seen two of the officers who were slain in the shooting and behind the wheel of Caffrey's car the head of the slain Nash.

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