Duncan G. Groner Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection includes three booklets entitled: International conciliation, dated January 1936; After defense - what?, dated 1941; and Dollars for democracy, not dated. There is also a ten-page story entitled 'The committee to defend America by aiding the Allies'. Additionally, there are various letters and telegrams.
- Inclusive 1936-1942
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Biographical / Historical
Duncan Groner worked actively with the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies during World War II.
This collection is housed in a box containing WLU collections 0190-0195.
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