George Rogers Clark Memorial Foundation records, 1948-1959.

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George Rogers Clark Memorial Foundation. George Rogers Clark Memorial Foundation records, 1948-1959.

George Rogers Clark Memorial Foundation records, 1948-1959.

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, and other materials related to the George Rogers Clark Memorial Foundation, its related organizations (George Rogers Clark Memorial Movement and George Rogers Clark Memorial Committee) and their activities. Much of the correspondence is from Hambleton Tapp, chair of the foundation; Richard H. "Harry" Hill; and Ernest Vogt, head of the Rotary Club committee. Also, minutes from selected meetings in 1952-1953 (28, 31).

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Hill, Richard H. 1887-1972.

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Tapp, Hambleton

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Metcalf, John T., 1890-1974.

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George Rogers Clark Memorial Foundation.

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Thatcher, Maurice H. (Maurice Hudson), 1870-1973

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Vogt, Ernest L., 1896-1968.

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Wetherby, Lawrence W. (Lawrence Winchester), 1908-

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Barkley, Alben William, 1877-1956

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