National Park Service, Gettysburg National Military Park licensed battlefield guide records, 1897-1999 (bulk 1922-1999).

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United States. National Park Service. National Park Service, Gettysburg National Military Park licensed battlefield guide records, 1897-1999 (bulk 1922-1999).

National Park Service, Gettysburg National Military Park licensed battlefield guide records, 1897-1999 (bulk 1922-1999).

Records generated by the U.S. National Park Service and the Gettysburg National Military Park Commission relating to the licensing and regulating of Gettysburg National Military Park battlefield guides.

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