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In Commemoration of the C. M. Goethe National Recognition Day on His Ninetieith Birthday, March 28, 1965

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Published by Sacramento, California, 1965
Used Condition Collectible-Fine Soft cover
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[64] pages; facsimiles, photos; brown wrapper with name in gilt (8 x 10 inch). Contains letters of congratulations from President Lyndon Johnson, Governor Pat Brown, Mayor James McKinney, Interior Secretary Udall, Justice Earl Warren, George Hartzog of the National Parks, Carl Buchheister of the National Audubon Society, among others. Contains a biography of Goethe and testaments to his fields of study - Conservationist, Educator, Civic Leader, Scientist, along with contributors to the Commemorative Gift Fund. Signature of Sacramento State University professor and historian "Willlard M. Thompson. Oct. 1965" in ink on the front tissue. Bookseller Inventory # 10078


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Title: In Commemoration of the C. M. Goethe ...

Publisher: Sacramento, California

Publication Date: 1965

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: Collectible-Fine

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