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Central Wisconsin Rotarians' Annual Conferance

Central Wisconsin Rotarians' Annual Conferance
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Title: Central Wisconsin Rotarians' Annual Conferance
Description: Lee Barker, left, Wisconsin Rapids, named governor of the Madison district of Rotary clubs, chatted with three prominent Rotarians who spoke in the district's two-day conference. With Barker, left to right, are Tommy Adkins, Miami, Fla., head of several wholesale and retail drug outlets; Conrad Elvehjem, president of the University of Wisconsin; and Wilbur Lewis, Kansas City, Kans., chairman of Rotary International Foundation committee. In a speech, Elvehjem advocated maintaining student fees at the university at twenty per cent of instructional costs.

Image ID: 101442
April 4, 1959 
Vinje, Arthur M., 1888-1972
City, State: Wisconsin
Vinje, Arthur M. : Photographs and Negatives
Genre: Photograph
Published in Wisconsin State Journal on April 5, 1959. 1 of 4 images.
Subjects: Organizations
Formal groups
Associations, institutions, etc.

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