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Finding Aid for the George Pigeon Clements Papers, 1825-1945
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George P. Clements (1867-1958) was an organizer (1918) and manager of the Agricultural Department of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce (1918-39), a counselor on agriculture and conservation (1939-47) and Director of the Los Angeles County Farm Bureau. The collection contains manuscripts, printed material, reports, photographs, government publications, and correspondence related to George P. Clements.
George Pigeon Clements was born, Dumfries, N.B., Canada, November 12, 1867; MD, University of New England, 1896; LLD, University of California at Berkeley, 1944; married Esther W. Hoag, 1898; organizer, 1918, and manager, Agricultural Department Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, 1918-39; counselor on agriculture and conservation, 1939-47; Director, Los Angeles County Farm Bureau; member, California State Land Use Planning Commission; died August 7, 1958.
80 boxes (40 linear ft.) 1 oversize box
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