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Photograph of Dr. Wayne C. Grover, Bernard L. Boutin, Dr. James I. Robertson, and Albert Leisinger

Photograph of Dr. Wayne C. Grover, Bernard L. Boutin, Dr. James I. Robertson, and Albert Leisinger

 
 
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Original caption: Photograph of Good Show--The Civil War Centennial Commission has scored the exhibit at the General Services Administration's National Archives Building in Washington an award winner. Here Dr. James I. Robertson (second from right), the commission's executive director, presents the commission's award to Bernard L. Boutin, Administrator of General Services. Dr. Wayne C. Grover (left), archivist of the United States, and Albert Leisinger of Dr. Grover's staff, two who designed GSA's Civil War display, look on. The award was presented this morning (February 23) at the GSA Building, Washington.
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23/02/1962
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