I bought the attached recently on eBay and am trying to learn more of the history of it. It's a small metal medallion only about 2" x 1" that is inscribed "Kansas City Terminal Fourth Quarter 1929". What's fascinating is that it's shaped like the Frisco coonskin. There are two small mounting holes which suggests that it might have been part of an award board of some kind in 1929. My first thought was that this might have been an award the KCT received for service or safety in the 4th quarter of 1929. FriscoFriend sagely thinks this is an award the SLSF Kansas City Terminal received (not the KCT Rwy.). Possibly something that was on a wall in Springfield at one time. Any thoughts? Jim Senese Claremore, Okla.