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Sons of the American Revolution - Charles Duncan Chapter - Bowling Green, Kentucky (MSS 540)

By Manuscripts \u26 Folklife Archives

Abstract

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection MSS 540. Administrative papers, a detailed history (1967-1986), minutes and agendas for meetings, correspondence, newsletters, financial records, and photographs for the Charles Duncan chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution in Bowling Green, Kentucky

Topics: Sons of the American Revolution, Charles Duncan Chapter, Bowling Green, Kentucky, Chester I. Bays, Chester Bays, Clubs, Mary Anne Davenport, Mary Davenport, Richard L. Deavers, Richard Deavers, Vivian Johnson Glass, Vivian Glass, Mildred Tucker Hardcastle, Mildred Hardcastle, Lowell Hayes Harrison, Lowell Harrison, John S. Herrick, John Herrick, Mary Sue Houston, Mary Houston, Nancy Hammond Hughes, Nancy Hughes, Douglas Cleveland Jenkins, Douglas Jenkins, David Lee, Campbell Lockhart, Betty Boyd Lyne, Betty Lyne, Thomas Jefferson Lyne Jr., Thomas Lyne Jr., Joseph H. Mayfield, Joseph Mayfield, Don Meredith, Cheryl Meredith, John Dean Minton Jr., John Minton Jr., John Bowman Moore Jr., John Moore Jr., William Huston Natcher, William Natcher, Bill Natcher, John Colgan Norman, John Norman, Lee Roy Nunn, Lee Nunn, Louie Broady Nunn, Louie Nunn, Charles W. Palmer Jr., Charles Palmer Jr., Claude E. Rose, Claude Rose, Patsy Sloan, Cooper Ray Smith, Cooper Smith, Sleby E. Smith, Selby Smith, Danny Lynn Spillman, Danny Spillman, Societies, George Sowards, Kenneth C. Thomson Jr., Kenneth Thomson Jr., Anthony Thurman, William Francis Utley, William Utley, Bill Utley, United States History
Publisher: TopSCHOLAR®
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.wku.edu:dlsc_mss_fin_aid-4927
Provided by: TopSCHOLAR

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