[Houston Post article of W.L. Clayton's eulogy to Dag Hammarskjold] Metadata

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  • Main Title [Houston Post article of W.L. Clayton's eulogy to Dag Hammarskjold]


  • Author: The Houston Post
    Creator Type: Organization


  • Copyright holder: Houston Chronicle
    Contributor Type: Organization
    Contributor Info: Copyright 1961 Houston Post. Used with permission. All rights reserved.


  • Creation: 1961-09-30
  • Digitized: 2006-09-19


  • English


  • Content Description: Houston Post article about secretary general of the United Nations Dag Hammarskjold's memorial service in which William Lockhart Clayton delivered a eulogy. William Lockhart Clayton is pictured.
  • Physical Description: Newsclipping, black & white. Torn edges with missing text. Fragile.


  • Library of Congress Subject Headings: Clayton, William Lockhart, 1880-1966.
  • Library of Congress Subject Headings: Hammarskjöld, Dag, 1905-1961.
  • University of North Texas Libraries Browse Structure: People - Individuals


  • Place Name: United States - Texas - Harris County - Houston
  • Time Period: mod-tim
  • Coverage Date: 1961-09-30


  • Name: Robert Joy Collection
    Code: RJOY


  • Name: The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
    Code: MFAH


  • Rights Access: public

Resource Type

  • Photograph


  • Image


  • Accession or Local Control No: MS39-04-001
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metapth18564


  • Display Note: William Lockhart Clayton (1880-1966) co-founded Anderson, Clayton & Co., a leading cotton merchandiser that was headquartered in Houston from 1916. He served on the Committee of Cotton Distribution of the War Industries Board during World War I. During WWII he held a number of important government positions leading to his appointment as Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs in 1944, where he was instrumental in the development of the Marshall Plan. In the late '40s he returned to Houston but remained active and respected in the economic community continuing to voice his support for free trade. Through the Clayton Fund he contributed to many philanthropic causes, most notably to Johns Hopkins University, Tufts University and the University of Texas.
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