Charles Alvin DeTurk papers, 1950-1967.


Charles Alvin DeTurk papers, 1950-1967.

Correspondence, copies of speeches, clippings, and papers relating to his work as Director of the California Division of Beaches and Parks; some re the Point Reyes hearings in 1960. Include letters from Edmund G. Brown, C.M. Goethe, Clair Engle, Harold L. Zellerbach, Glenn Kendall, George Marshall, Walter P. Taylor and others.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7157361

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