Reminiscences of Herbert E. Kahler : oral history. 1970.

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Kahler, Herbert E. Reminiscences of Herbert E. Kahler : oral history. 1970.

Reminiscences of Herbert E. Kahler : oral history. 1970.

Thirty-one year association with the Park Service 1938-69. Independence Hall given historic site designation; joint federal and local operation; setting up of Shrine Commission; city supsequently relieved of expense of upkeep.

Transcript: 13 leaves.Tape: 1 reel.

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