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Testimony concerning the G. I. Bill of Rights presented by Harry W. Colmery

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Creator: Colmery, Harry W., 1890-1979

Date: 1944

Level of Description: Item

Material Type: Manuscripts

Call Number: Harry W. Colmery Collection #795

Unit ID: 207980

Summary: Harry Colmery may have used this copy of prepared remarks when he presented testimony to Congress concerning the G. I. Bill of Rights. It contains several hand written notations. Later versions also contain questions and answers from the committee, so they were obviously prepared at a later date. Harry Colmery was a past National Commander of the American Legion and served on the committee that proposed the G. I. Bill. He is credited with writing the initial draft of the proposed legislation. Harry Colmery lived in Topeka, Kansas.

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Title (Main title): Testimony concerning the G. I. Bill of Rights presented by Harry W. Colmery

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