1965 annual meeting addresses 1965

State Historical Society of Wisconsin

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Summary

  • Two speeches delivered at the Society's 1965 Annual Meeting at Sturgeon Bay, Wis.: one by historian Avery Craven on the importance of history and historical thinking to modern America and the modern world; and one by Alice E. Smith on the Scottish-born multimillionaire George Smith, an antebellum Chicago financier who helped develop the area along the Lake Michigan Coast.

Notes

  • This collection is considered part of State Archives Series 684.
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