Post construction/administration records, 1907-1965.


Grant Monument Association (New York, N.Y.). Post construction/administration records, 1907-1965.

Post construction/administration records, 1907-1965.

General correspondence files comprise bulk of series and are concerned with processing of vouchers, election of new members to the Board, replacing windows, painting doors, and other daily maintenance and administrative functions. Some correspondence files pertain to John H. Duncan, architect of the monument; Hotchkiss Greener, first president of the Association; John Russell Pope, architect commissioned to embellish monument; and WPA construction and sculpture.

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