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The Presidential historical materials of Harry S. Dent, Special Counsel to the President, are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. 1695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the act and regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials as well as non-historical items. Twenty-eight documents were identified as personal and private or non-historical and returned to Dent.

Materials covered by the act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items which are security classified or otherwise restricted under the act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (GSA Form 7279) with a description of each restricted document has been inserted at the beginning of each folder from which materials have been removed. A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.

Employees of the National Archives will review periodically the unclassified portion of closed materials for the purpose of opening those which no longer require restriction. Certain classified documents may be declassified under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.

  • Linear feet of materials:   6 linear feet, 7 linear inches
  • Approximate number of pages:   9,600

Biographical Note

Harry Shuler Dent, Sr., was born on in St. Matthew, South Carolina on February 21, 1930. He earned a Bachelor of Art degree in 1951 from Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. It was also in 1951 that he married Elizabeth Inez Francis.

From 1951 to 1953, Dent served in the United States Army. He rose from second to first lieutenant in the 24th Infantry Division, Far East Command. Between 1955 and 1965, Dent worked as an Administrative Assistant to United States Senator Strom Thurmond. It was during his tenure with Senator Thurmond that Dent earned his LL.B degree from George Washington University Law School in 1957 and a LL.M degree from Georgetown University Law School in 1959. In 1962, Dent co-founded and chaired the Senate Staff Prayer Breakfast Group. He was also the Chairman of the Thurmond Speaks for Goldwater Committee in 1964.

The following year, in 1965, Dent became a partner in the Dent and Kennedy law firm. He remained with the firm until 1969. He also became Chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party in 1965 and kept the position until 1968. Also, in 1966, Dent was manager of the South Carolina Republican State-Wide Campaign. In 1968, he was Manager of the Thurmond Speaks for Nixon-Agnew Committee.

Dent was hired as Deputy Counsel to President Nixon in 1969 and soon thereafter became Special Counsel to the President. He held the position until his resignation in December 1972. After resigning from the White House Staff, Dent returned to practicing law, first with the law firm of Whaley, McCutchen, Blanton and Dent in 1973-74 and then as senior partner at Dent, Kirlkand, Taylor and Wilson until 1981. In 1973-74, Dent served as General Counsel to the Republican National Committee.

In 1974, Dent pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for a campaign finance violation related to his part in the 1970 "townhouse operation" that raised money for the Nixon administration. He received a short sentence of unsupervised parole. Dent remained active in politics and, in 1976, served as the Southern Campaign Manager and member of the National Campaign Steering Committee of the President Gerald R. Ford Reelection Campaign. In 1977, he was a member of the Campaign Advisory Committee of the Republican National Committee and served as the President's representative to the Sabine River Compact Administration in 1977-78. Dent also worked on George H. W. Bush's 1980 Presidential campaign.

In 1981, Dent left his law practice in order to study at Columbia Bible College (now Columbia International University), where he earned a Certificate in Bible Studies in 1982. From 1982 to 1985, Dent was the Director of the Billy Graham Lay Center in Asheville, North Carolina. He then founded the Laity Alive and Serving, Inc. lay ministry with his wife, Elizabeth "Betty" Dent in 1985.

Dent published several books between 1978 and 1996. Titles include The Prodigal South Returns to Power (1978), Layman Looks Through the Bible for God's Will (1983), Cover Up: The Watergate in All of Us (1996), Right vs. Wrong: Solutions to the American Nightmare (1992, coauthored with Betty Dent), and Teaching Jack and Jill Right vs. Wrong in the Homes and Schools: A Primer on Character Education (1996).

Harry S. Dent died of complications from Alzheimer's disease on September 28, 2007 in Columbia, South Carolina.

Scope and Content Note

The materials of Harry S. Dent, Sr. cover the years 1969 through 1970. During his tenure as Deputy Counsel to the President, Dent worked under John Ehrlichman until May 1969. He provided legal opinions for Ehrlichman on airline cases which the Civil Aeronautics Board sent over to the White House for Presidential determinations.

In May 1969, Dent's responsibilities expanded as he acquired his own staff. He served as a liaison between the President and party politicos, especially those in the South. Dent became a significant link between the White House and the GOP executive committee. In addition to his liaison functions, he handled patronage, requests for special favors, and inquiries from Federal departments, governors, and other public officials. Dent's files also concern busing, import problems in the textile industry and appointments to local post offices.

These materials are arranged into four series: memoranda and departmental referral, subject files, planning groups, and thank you and congratulatory letters. The memoranda and departmental referrals series includes requests for special favors. Many of these requests are from southerners asking for autographed pictures of the President. There are various letters concerning patronage and appointments. Employment applications and resumes are frequently attached to correspondence.

Statements on proposed political strategies for promoting Republican candidates reveal the administration's involvement with State and congressional elections. This series also contains materials regarding staffing problems in local post offices.

The subject files series includes materials on appointments, busing, and poll ratings. Most materials on appointments relate to the employment of loyal Republicans and the ouster of high-ranking Democrats. Correspondence on the Clement Haynsworth nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court reveals Dent's efforts to solicit support for Haynsworth's appointment. Copies of news articles and telegrams in the files disclose one of Haynsworth's supporters and opponents. Due to the busing issue, much correspondence in the files concerns school desegregation and events in local school districts. This series also contains statistical surveys from pollsters and news articles on Nixon's poll ratings.

Copies of correspondence relating to weekly planning meetings constitute the planning groups series. The purpose of the planning groups was to clarify the administration's weekly objectives and to coordinate weekly assignments for White House staff members. Weekly calendars of key events and agenda for meetings were used by the planning groups to identify major topics for discussion. Copies of statements of tentative plans and fact sheets indicate strategies for implementing Presidential activities. Included in this series is a copy of the "game plan" for the President's address to the nation on the war in Vietnam given on November 3, 1969, in Washington, D.C.

The Staff Members and Office Files of the White House Central Files contains an additional 54 linear feet of Dent material. A tape recording and a transcript of an exit interview with Dent conducted by the Office of Presidential Papers and Archives on December 9, 1972, are in the Oral History File of the Nixon Presidential Materials Project.

A photograph has been removed from the collection and transferred to the audiovisual collection (PA78-2-2-13). The photograph has been replaced with a withdrawal sheet and an accompanying electrostatic copy. In addition, a small gold pin with the initials "SM" (silent majority) has been transferred to the museum collection (PA78-2-2-13).

Series Description

Boxes:   1-6
Series:   Memoranda and Departmental Referrals | Folder Title List
Spans:   1968 (1969) - 70
Description:   Memoranda and correspondence to and from White House staff members, Cabinet members, congresspersons, members of the Republican National Committee, and other individuals. Materials concern patronage, Republican elections, and the textile industry. Folders are arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically; materials therein are arranged in reverse chronological order.

Boxes:   7-13
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1968 (1969) - 70
Description:   Materials relating especially to problems in the South, employment, busing, and Republican political activities. Includes memoranda, letters, telegrams, and newspaper articles. Folders are arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically; materials therein are arranged in reverse chronological order.

Boxes:   14-15
Series:   Planning Groups | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1970
Description:   Correspondence and memoranda (including monthly and weekly calendars, the President's schedules, fact sheets, agenda, and statements of plans) regarding speaking engagements, conferences, meetings, and other Presidential events. Folders are arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically; materials therein are arranged in reverse chronological order.

Boxes:   15
Series:   Thank You and Congratulatory Letters | Folder Title List
Spans:   1969 - 1970
Description:   Letters of appreciation to and from Dent. Also included are congratulatory correspondence and newspaper articles about Dent's appointment as Special Counsel to the President. Folders are arranged chronologically by year and then alphabetically; materials therein are arranged in reverse chronological order.

Preservation Note

Holdings maintenance was performed on the collection in September 2012 in order to ensure the longevity of the documents. The previous number of folders and/or boxes in this collection has changed due to the maintenance process.This finding aid has been updated to reflect any changes. The previous version of the finding aid is available upon request.

Folder Title List

MEMORANDA AND DEPARTMENTAL REFERRALS, 1968 (1969)-70

Box 1

[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [I] [1 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [I] [2 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [I] [3 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [II] [1 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [II] [2 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [II] [3 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [III] [1 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [III] [2 of 3]
[1968-69] REQUEST FULFILLED [III] [3 of 3]
1969 Brownell Memos
1969 Ehrlichman Memos [1 of 3]
1969 Ehrlichman Memos [2 of 3]
1969 Ehrlichman Memos [3 of 3]
1969 Fisher Memos
1969 Humes Memos
1969 Jackson Memos [1 of 2]

Box 2

1969 Jackson Memos [2 of 2]
1969 Jurick Memos
1969 Lias Memos [1 of 2]
1969 Lias Memos [2 of 2]
1969 Limehouse Memos
1969 Memos to the Cabinet
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [I] [1 of 2]
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [I] [2 of 2]
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [II] [1 of 2]
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [II] [2 of 2]
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [III] [1 of 4]
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [III] [2 of 4]
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [III] [3 of 4]
MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT 1969 [III] [4 of 4]
1969 Reed Memos
1969 Staff Memos #1 [1 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #1 [2 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #1 [3 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #1 [4 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #1 [5 of 5]

Box 3

1969 Staff Memos #2 [1 of 4]
1969 Staff Memos #2 [2 of 4]
1969 Staff Memos #2 [3 of 4]
1969 Staff Memos #2 [4 of 4]
1969 Staff Memos #3 [1 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #3 [2 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #3 [3 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #3 [4 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #3 [5 of 5]
1969 Staff Memos #4 [1 of 4]
1969 Staff Memos #4 [2 of 4]
1969 Staff Memos #4 [3 of 4]
1969 Staff Memos #4 [4 of 4]
1970 ALLISON [1 of 2]
1970 ALLISON [2 of 2]
1970 CHOTINER
1970 FLEMING & FLANIGAN [1 of 5]
1970 FLEMING & FLANIGAN [2 of 5]
1970 FLEMING & FLANIGAN [3 of 5]
1970 FLEMING & FLANIGAN [4 of 5]

Box 4

1970 FLEMING & FLANIGAN [5 of 5]
1970 G.S.A. MEMO [S]
1970 HARLOW
1970 JACKSON [1 of 2]
1970 JACKSON [2 of 2]
1970 MEMOS H.E.W. Dec.-August [1 of 3]
1970 MEMOS H.E.W. Dec.-August [2 of 3]
1970 MEMOS H.E.W. Dec.-August [3 of 3]
1970 MEMOS TO EHRLICHMAN
1970 MEMOS TO HALDEMAN [1 of 3]
1970 MEMOS TO HALDEMAN [2 of 3]
1970 MEMOS TO HALDEMAN [3 of 3]
1970 MEMOS TO HUSTON
1970 MEMOS TO JOHN M. EVANS
1970 MEMOS TO LIAS [1 of 2]
1970 MEMOS TO LIAS [2 of 2]
1970 MEMOS TO MILBANK
1970 MEMOS STAFF SECRETARY [1 of 5]
1970 MEMOS STAFF SECRETARY [2 of 5]
1970 MEMOS STAFF SECRETARY [3 of 5]

Box 5

1970 MEMOS STAFF SECRETARY [4 of 5]
1970 MEMOS STAFF SECRETARY [5 of 5]
1970 MEMOS TO THE CABINET MEMBERS
1970 MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT JAN-MARCH [1 of 2]
1970 MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT JAN-MARCH [2 of 2]
1970 MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT MARCH-DEC [1 of 3]
1970 MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT MARCH-DEC [2 of 3]
1970 MEMOS TO THE PRESIDENT MARCH-DEC [3 of 3]
1970 MEMOS TO THE VICE PRESIDENT
1970 MEMOS TO TIMMONS
1970 RAVAN
1970 REFERRALS TO AGRICULTURE [1 of 2]
1970 REFERRALS TO AGRICULTURE [2 of 2]
1970 REFERRALS TO COMMERCE [1 of 4]
1970 REFERRALS TO COMMERCE [2 of 4]
1970 REFERRALS TO COMMERCE [3 of 4]
1970 REFERRALS TO COMMERCE [4 of 4]
1970 REFERRALS TO DEFENSE [1 of 2]
1970 REFERRALS TO DEFENSE [2 of 2]
1970 REFERRALS TO H.E.W. July-Aug. '69 [1 of 5]
1970 REFERRALS TO H.E.W. July-Aug. '69 [2 of 5]

Box 6

1970 REFERRALS TO H.E.W. July-Aug. '69 [3 of 5]
1970 REFERRALS TO H.E.W. July-Aug. '69 [4 of 5]
1970 REFERRALS TO H.E.W. July-Aug. '69 [5 of 5]
1970 RUSSELL
1970 STAFF MEMO[S] Dec. 69-Jan. [1 of 5]
1970 STAFF MEMO[S] Dec. 69-Jan. [2 of 5]
1970 STAFF MEMO[S] Dec. 69-Jan. [3 of 5]
1970 STAFF MEMO[S] Dec. 69-Jan. [4 of 5]
1970 STAFF MEMO[S] Dec. 69-Jan. [5 of 5]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] Feb-Aug [Feb-March] [1 of 3]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] Feb-Aug [Feb-March] [2 of 3]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] Feb-Aug [Feb-March] [3 of 3]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] MARCH-APRIL [1 of 3]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] MARCH-APRIL [2 of 3]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] MARCH-APRIL [3 of 3]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] MAY-DEC. [1 of 4]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] MAY-DEC. [2 of 4]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] MAY-DEC. [3 of 4]
1970 STAFF MEMOS [S] MAY-DEC. [4 of 4]

SUBJECT FILES, 1968 (1969)-70

Box 7

1969 Candidate Clearance Report [1 of 2]
1969 Candidate Clearance Report [2 of 2]
480 Charleston Hospital Strike
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PATRONAGE (INACTIVE) [I] [1 of 4]
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PATRONAGE (INACTIVE) [I] [2 of 4]
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PATRONAGE (INACTIVE) [I] [3 of 4]
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PATRONAGE (INACTIVE) [I] [4 of 4]
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PATRONAGE (INACTIVE) [II] [1 of 2]
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PATRONAGE (INACTIVE) [II] [2 of 2]
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PATRONAGE (INACTIVE) [III]
Haynsworth [I] [1 of 2]
Haynsworth [I] [2 of 2]
Haynsworth [II] [1 of 3]
Haynsworth [II] [2 of 3]
Haynsworth [II] [3 of 3]
Haynsworth [III] [1 of 3]
Haynsworth [III] [2 of 3]
Haynsworth [III] [3 of 3]

Box 8

HAYNSWORTH - (Brownell) [1 of 3]
HAYNSWORTH - (Brownell) [2 of 3]
HAYNSWORTH - (Brownell) [3 of 3]
INAUGURAL - NIXON FAMILY
Pre-Inauguration 1968
1969 Republican National Committee [I] [1 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee [I] [2 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee [I] [3 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee [II] [1 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee [II] [2 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee [II] [3 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee 2 [I] [1 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee 2 [I] [2 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee 2 [I] [3 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee 2 [II] [1 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee 2 [II] [2 of 3]
1969 Republican National Committee 2 [II] [3 of 3]
1969 School Compliance File January - April [I] [1 of 3]

Box 9

1969 School Compliance File January - April [I] [2 of 3]
1969 School Compliance File January - April [I] [3 of 3]
1969 School Compliance File January - April [II] [1 of 2]
1969 School Compliance File January - April [II] [2 of 2]
1969 School Compliance File January - April [III] [1 of 2]
1969 School Compliance File January - April [III] [2 of 2]
1969 SCHOOL COMPLIANCE - May - December [I] [1 of 3]
1969 SCHOOL COMPLIANCE - May - December [I] [2 of 3]
1969 SCHOOL COMPLIANCE - May - December [I] [3 of 3]
1969 SCHOOL COMPLIANCE - May - December [II] [1 of 2]
1969 SCHOOL COMPLIANCE - May - December [II] [2 of 2]
1969 SCHOOL COMPLIANCE - May - December [III] [1 of 2]
1969 SCHOOL COMPLIANCE - May - December [III] [2 of 2]
1969 Southern GOP [I] [1 of 3]
1969 Southern GOP [I] [2 of 3]

Box 10

1969 Southern GOP [I] [3 of 3]
1969 Southern GOP [II] [1 of 2]
1969 Southern GOP [II] [2 of 2]
1969 Southern GOP [III] [1 of 3]
1969 Southern GOP [III] [2 of 3]
1969 Southern GOP [III] [3 of 3]
1970 MIDDLE AMERICA [I] [1 of 3]
1970 MIDDLE AMERICA [I] [2 of 3]
1970 MIDDLE AMERICA [I] [3 of 3]
1970 MIDDLE AMERICA [II] [1 of 3]
1970 MIDDLE AMERICA [II] [2 of 3]
1970 MIDDLE AMERICA [II] [3 of 3]
1970 MUSKIE
1970 NATIONAL FEDERATION OF REPUBLICAN WOMEN
1970 NATIONAL MEDIA ANALYSIS [I] [1 of 2]
1970 NATIONAL MEDIA ANALYSIS [I] [2 of 2]
1970 NATIONAL MEDIA ANALYSIS [II] [1 of 2]

Box 11

1970 NATIONAL MEDIA ANALYSIS [II] [2 of 2]
1970 NATIONAL VISITORS
1970 NATIONALITIES AND MINORITIES [I] [1 of 3]
1970 NATIONALITIES AND MINORITIES [I] [2 of 3]
1970 NATIONALITIES AND MINORITIES [I] [3 of 3]
1970 NATIONALITIES AND MINORITIES [II] [1 of 3]
1970 NATIONALITIES AND MINORITIES [II] [2 of 3]
1970 NATIONALITIES AND MINORITIES [II] [3 of 3]
1970 NEW POLITICAL GROUP
1970 NEWS FROM KEN COLE
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL [1 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL [2 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL [3 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL II [I] [1 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL II [I] [2 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL II [I] [3 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL II [II] [1 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL II [II] [2 of 3]
1970 OFFICE TRAVEL II [II] [3 of 3]

Box 12

1970 PEN PALS (WALLACE FERMIN) [1 of 3]
1970 PEN PALS (WALLACE FERMIN) [2 of 3]
1970 PEN PALS (WALLACE FERMIN) [3 of 3]
1970 POLITICS (2) A [1 of 4]
1970 POLITICS (2) A [2 of 4]
1970 POLITICS (2) A [3 of 4]
1970 POLITICS (2) A [4 of 4]
1970 POLITICS (3) A [1 of 3]
1970 POLITICS (3) A [2 of 3]
1970 POLITICS (3) A [3 of 3]
1970 POLITICS (#3) B [I] [1 of 2]
1970 POLITICS (#3) B [I] [2 of 2]
1970 POLITICS (#3) B [II] [1 of 2]
1970 POLITICS (#3) B [II] [3 of 2]
1970 POLLS II A [1 of 4]
1970 POLLS II A [2 of 4]
1970 POLLS II A [3 of 4]
1970 POLLS II A [4 of 4]
1970 POLLS II B [1 of 4]

Box 13

1970 POLLS II B [2 of 4]
1970 POLLS II B [3 of 4]
1970 POLLS II B [4 of 4]
1970 POLL [S] OTHER [I] [1 of 3]
1970 POLL [S] OTHER [I] [2 of 3]
1970 POLL [S] OTHER [I] [3 of 3]
1970 POLL [S] OTHER [II] [1 of 2]
1970 POLL [S] OTHER [II] [2 of 2]
1970 POSTMASTERS LEAGUE
1970 REFERENCE [1 of 2]
1970 REFERENCE [2 of 2]
1970 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION [1 of 5]
1970 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION [2 of 5]
1970 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION [3 of 5]
1970 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION [4 of 5]
1970 REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS ASSOCIATION [5 of 5]

PLANNING GROUPS, 1969-70

Box 14

1969 Haldeman Planning Group [1 of 3]
1969 Haldeman Planning Group [2 of 3]
1969 Haldeman Planning Group [3 of 3]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [I] [1 of 3]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [I] [2 of 3]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [I] [3 of 3]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [II] [1 of 2]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [II] [2 of 2]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [III] [1 of 3]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [III] [2 of 3]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group [1] [III] [3 of 3]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [I] [1 of 4]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [I] [2 of 4]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [I] [3 of 4]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [I] [4 of 4]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [II] [1 of 4]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [II] [2 of 4]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [II] [3 of 4]
Presidential Objectives Planning Group (2) [II] [4 of 4]

Box 15

Presidential Objective [s] Planning Group (3) [1 of 4]
Presidential Objective [s] Planning Group (3) [2 of 4]
Presidential Objective [s] Planning Group (3) [3 of 4]
Presidential Objective [s] Planning Group (3) [4 of 4]

THANK YOU AND CONGRATULATORY LETTERS, 1969-70

1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [I] [1 of 3]
1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [I] [2 of 3]
1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [I] [3 of 3]
1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [II] [1 of 5]
1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [II] [2 of 5]
1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [II] [3 of 5]
1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [II] [4 of 5]
1970 CONGRATULATORY AND THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE '69-MAY [II] [5 of 5]
1970 CONGRATULATIONS THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE-DEC [1 of 4]
1970 CONGRATULATIONS THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE-DEC [2 of 4]
1970 CONGRATULATIONS THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE-DEC [3 of 4]
1970 CONGRATULATIONS THANK YOU TO H.S.D. JUNE-DEC [4 of 4]

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