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Commander Hal Lamar, USNR (Ret.) Remembers Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

Description: Transcript of an oral monologue with Hal Lamar. He reflects on Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz during his time serving as the Admiral's personal aide and secretary. He describes Nimitz's character and abilities as a leader. Lamar shares anecdotes about visiting wounded men and awarding Purple Heart medals, other officers coming to call, recreating, visiting Tarawa ,and activities at the new headquarters on Guam.
Date: February 1, 1980
Duration: 17 minutes 41 seconds
Creator: Lamar, Hal
Partner: National Museum of the Pacific War/Admiral Nimitz Foundation

Commander Hal Lamar, USNR (Ret.) Remembers Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz

Description: Transcript of an oral monologue with Hal Lamar. He reflects on Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz during his time serving as the Admiral's personal aide and secretary. He describes Nimitz's character and abilities as a leader. Lamar shares anecdotes about visiting wounded men and awarding Purple Heart medals, other officers coming to call, recreating, visiting Tarawa ,and activities at the new headquarters on Guam.
Date: February 1, 1980
Creator: Lamar, Hal
Partner: National Museum of the Pacific War/Admiral Nimitz Foundation

[Letter from American Metal Climax - February 11, 1958]

Description: Letter from American Metal Climax discussing the merging of Climax Molybdenum Company and The American Metal Company, and therefore each share of Climax has been converted into three shares of American Metal Climax Inc., Common Stock. The letter further informs stockholders that the change will be at no cost or significance to them financially.
Date: February 11, 1958
Creator: American Metal Climax, Inc.
Partner: Rosenberg Library

[Letter from Bert to I. H. Kempner, February 6, 1956]

Description: Letter from Bert to I. H. Kempner discussing the estate left behind by a single holder of Nickel Offsets worth $17,000,000. The estate is to be divided between The University of Rochester and The University of Buffalo. He also writes about the exploration of the Nickel Company properties and production for diamond drilling which has begun. He also advises Kempner that he should gamble for another year or so until he has more information.
Date: February 6, 1956
Creator: Bert
Partner: Rosenberg Library
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