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George Rogers Clark National Historical Park (Vincennes, Ind.)

 Organization

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

George Rogers Clark Memorial collection

 Collection — Folder: S2180
Identifier: S2180
Scope and Contents This collection contains several items regarding George Rogers Clark and the George Rogers Clark Memorial located in Vincennes, Indiana, including two copies of the list of contents in the cornerstone of the Memorial Building that was sealed on September 3, 1933; two copies of the pamphlet George Rogers Clark: The Neglected Hero of the American Revolution from 1927; photographs taken by L.B. Read in March 1941 of five of the seven murals in the Memorial; 2...
Dates: 1926-1941, undated

George Rogers Clark Memorial Commission invitation

 File — Folder: S3399
Identifier: S3399
Scope and Contents This collection includes one invitation from the George Rogers Clark Memorial Commission in Vincennes, Indiana from 1929 to commemorate the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the surrender of Fort Sackville.
Dates: 1929

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park quarter launch ceremony collection

 Collection — Folder: S0973
Identifier: S0973
Scope and Contents This collection includes a signed program by designer and illustrator, Frank Morris and color photocopies of photographs from the November 14, 2017 George Rogers Clark National Historical Park quarter launch ceremony in Vincennes, Indiana. The collection also has a three-coin set of the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park quarter that includes one uncirculated coin from the United States Mint at Philadelphia, one uncirculated coin from the U.S. Mint at Denver, and one proof coin from...
Dates: 2017/11/14

Thomas Wood Stevens collection

 Collection — Folder: S1251
Identifier: S1251
Scope and Contents The index card states: "Original manuscript of Thomas Wood Stevens, author of Pageant at Vincennes, Indiana, on February 25, 1929, commemorating the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the capture of Fort Sackville by George Rogers Clark. The only other items in this collection are two papers, hand-written in ink, entitled "The Crier III" and "The Crier, Epilogue." The pages appear to be a draft because there are crossed-out words. Mr. Stevens wrote: "Clark and his few chosen followers set out...
Dates: 1929