Remarks on General Charles King, 1936.


Smith, A. H. Remarks on General Charles King, 1936.

Remarks on General Charles King, 1936.

Typewritten remarks by Colonel Smith on General Charles King, the "Father of the Wisconsin National Guard," given by Smith on receiving a portrait of King done by John A. Nielson, June 30, 1936.

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King, Charles, 1844-1933 (person)

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