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Sender

May Clarke [Menlo Park, California, United States]

Recipient

Mrs. Daniel Redmond [San Diego, California, United States]

Postmark

1952-08-17

Caption

At the top of the Hoover Tower is a carillon of thirty-five bells cast by Marcel Michiels in Tournai, Belgium, the gift of Belgium-American Educational Foundation. The Library originated in 1914 in the mind of a man directing the relief of Belgium, the first of many humanitarian enterprises under his leadership. The bells of this carillon are dedicated to peace, the cause to which this Library and Institute are devoted through: The collection and preservation of historical materials; Research in these materials; Publication of the results of research; Instruction in the problems of peace;

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English

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English

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303 KB

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Keywords

Hoover Institute and Library on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University (California), Colleges & Universities, Libraries, Herbert Hoover, 1874-1964

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