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[Button sunflower on black background reads: "KANSAS CITY 1900"]
Button. Sunflower on black background. "KANSAS CITY 1900" Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
[Button with a sunflower painted on the it and states: "KANSAS CITY 1900"]
Button with a sunflower painted on the it. In the center is states: "KANSAS CITY 1900". Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
[Black button with image of a longhorn in the center that states: "KANSAS CITY BEST LIVE STOCK MARKET"]
Black button with image of a longhorn in the center. Around image it states: "KANSAS CITY BEST LIVE STOCK MARKET". Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
[Button that reads "KANSAS CITY BEST LIVE STOCK MARKET"]
Button. Black background with longhorn in center. Reads "KANSAS CITY BEST LIVE STOCK MARKET" Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Dark button with image of a longhorn in center]
Dark button with image of a longhorn in center. Around edges it states: "KANSAS CITY BEST LIVE STOCK MARKET". Old Object Term: Commemorative button, livestock
[Image of a longhorn with "KANSAS CITY" and "EL PASO" on either side]
Image of a longhorn with "KANSAS CITY" and "EL PASO" on either side. Small red, white and green ribbon extends to a round medallion at end. It states: "KANSAS CITY LEADS THEM ALL". On back of medallion: "KANSAS CITY FAVORITE MARKET FOR THE SOUTH AND WEST FOR ALL KINS OF LIVESTOCK NEWEST LARGEST AND BEST". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Longhorns at top of rectangular pin that states: "KANSAS CITY"]
Longhorns at top of rectangular pin that states: "KANSAS CITY". Purple ribbon extends downward and states: "NEAREST & BEST MARKET FOR TEXAS CATTLE". Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock
[Medallion, hangs on chain reads: "KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING LARGEST IN THE WORLD" on front]
Medallion, hangs on chain, "KANSAS CITY LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING LARGEST IN THE WORLD" on front, "LARGEST STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET IN THE WORLD" on back Old Object Term: Commemorative pin, livestock