The statue of Leon M. Jordan, dedicated in May 1975, standing in the memorial park of the same name at 31st Street and Benton Boulevard in Kansas City. A new memorial is planned for the park.
The statue of Leon M. Jordan, dedicated in May 1975, standing in the memorial park of the same name at 31st Street and Benton Boulevard in Kansas City. A new memorial is planned for the park. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
The statue of Leon M. Jordan, dedicated in May 1975, standing in the memorial park of the same name at 31st Street and Benton Boulevard in Kansas City. A new memorial is planned for the park. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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