Kenyon C. Bolton papers, 1938-1983.
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Nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that seeks to educate the public on foreign affairs through lectures, discussions, overseas tours, and programs for students. The group was formally organized in 1921 as the Council for the Prevention of War, became the Council for the Promotion of Peace in 1923, the International Affairs Committee in 1929, the Foreign Affairs Committee in 1933, and the Cleveland Council on World Affairs in 1943. Brooks Emery was director and president, 1935-1947. ...
Cleveland branch of an international civic and social organization for men and boys. It was established in 1854 and quickly expanded to include numerous branches throughout the Cleveland area which offer a full range of community, recreational and educational activities. From the description of Records 1854-1962. (Rhinelander District Library). WorldCat record id: 17644845 Established in 1854 with a program of lectures, prayer meetings, a Sunday school and a lending library,...
Kenyon Castle Bolton was a Cleveland, Ohio businessman and philanthropist and son of Chester and Frances Payne Bolton. He served in the military, beginning in 1936 as a member of the 107th Cavalry of the Ohio National Guard. He entered active service in 1940, served during World War II and attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He was president of Cleveland Air Taxi, a helicopter taxi service, and had a strong interest in higher education and the arts. Bolton served with the Council of Foreign...
Manuscripts Relating to the Early History of the Western Reserve, 1795-1869, was the first collection of manuscripts to be assembled by the Western Reserve Historical Society, and its provenance is closely intertwined with the circumstances of the institution's founding. Chiefly responsible for the acquisition of the materials comprising the collection was Charles W. Whittlesey, the Society's first president. According to the Society's second annual report (1869), Whittlesey assembl...