18th & Vine

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Letter from Chester Franklin, editor of "The Call" calling his attention to an enclosed article about Tom Pendergast.

Letter from T. O'Donnell to Ewing Young Mitchell, Jr. in which O'Donnell informs Mitchell he will be sending a document describing "'Machine tactics' in Jackson County government." O'Donnell claims it would be useful information for any U.S. Senate candidate opposing the Pendergast Machine.

An invitation to the World Bridge Olympic at Elk's Rest at the Lincoln Building, 18th & Vine on Monday, May 1, 1933. This championship bridge event includes bridge hands that are "delivered by special messenger service in sealed packages."

Invitation from the Frog Club, Inc. to a casual spring party at Elk's Rest.

Invitation from the Brothers of Ivanhoe for a dinner and dance at Lincoln Hall on Friday, May 17, 1940. Each ticket of $1.50 includes a meal of half-broiled chicken, a cocktail, and various sides.

Invitation from the Oreadite Club to their Annual Card Party on April 24, 1941 at Lincoln Hall.

Invitation from the Rag Doll Club to a dinner and dance at Elk's Rest on May 17, 1941.

Invitation for "Tea Time with the Daughters of Allen" on April 14, 1940 at the Paseo Y.M.C.A..

Letter from Musicians' Protective Union, Local 627 President William Shaw to Dr. Milton C. Lewis, President of the Council of Men's Clubs. Shaw on behalf of the Local No. 627 believe that despite the current depression, the current wages for musicians as set by the union are "not exhorbitant [sic]".

Invitation from the American Beauty Art Club to a hillbilly themed party at Elk's Rest on May 24, 1940.

Program for the annual commencement of Lincoln High School, Kansas City, Missouri, held at the Junior College Auditorium on Friday, June 6, 1930.

Program for a Council of Men's Clubs event on March 14, 1931 at the Elks Rest in the Lincoln Building. After an opening statement by Dr. Milton C. Lewis, the program includes musical numbers and games.

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