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Presentation to the President

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Detroit, Sept 23 -- A PRESENTATION TO THE PRESIDENT -- President Nixon is presented a small replica of the "Spirit of Detroit" [sic] by Detroit's mayor Roman Gribbs, as the president arrived in Detroit late Thursday to address the Economic Club. The "Spirit of Detroit" [sic] is a large statue at the entrance of the City-County building in Detroit.

GM Leaders -- Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. and Harlow H. Curtice

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Reference photograph used by Marshall M. Fredericks for the "Alfred P. Sloan Medal," one of the three "General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Medals".

Caption on verso reads "GM LEADERS -- Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., left, former president, board chairman and honorary chairman of General Motors Board of Directors, and Harlow H. Curtice, president…

Alfred P. Sloan Jr.

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Reference photograph used by Marshall M. Fredericks for the "Alfred P. Sloan Medal," one of the three "General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Medals".

The awards recognize basic and clinical scientists throughout the world who have been selected by their peers for demonstrated achievements in research directed at the discovery of the cause,…

Inventor and Mentor -- Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. and Charles F. Kettering

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Reference photograph used by Marshall M. Fredericks for the "Alfred P. Sloan Medal," one of the three "General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Medals".

Caption on verso reads "INVENTOR AND MENTOR -- In a sentimental moment in 1942, Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., (left) then GM board chairman, and Charles F, Kettering, then GM vice president in charge…

Two automotive pioneers -- Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. and R.E. Olds

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Reference photograph used by Marshall M. Fredericks for the "Alfred P. Sloan Medal," one of the three "General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Medals".

Caption on verso reads "TWO AUTOMOTIVE PIONEERS -- Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. right, then chairman of Gm's Board of Directors, congratulates R. E. Olds, builder of the first Oldsmobile in 1897, on…

Charles S, Mott, Board of Directors

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Reference photograph used by Marshall M. Fredericks for the "Charles S. Mott Medal," one of the three "General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Medals".

The awards recognize basic and clinical scientists throughout the world who have been selected by their peers for demonstrated achievements in research directed at the discovery of the cause,…

Profile view of Charles S. Mott

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Reference photograph used by Marshall M. Fredericks for the "Charles S. Mott Medal," one of the three "General Motors Cancer Research Foundation Medals".

The awards recognize basic and clinical scientists throughout the world who have been selected by their peers for demonstrated achievements in research directed at the discovery of the cause,…

View attachment rod and lower portion of the 1/3 scale bronze "Freedom of the Human Spirit" laying on a cart

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The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

1/3 scale bronze casting of "Freedom of the Human Spirit" with bronze head from "Black Elk: Homage to the Great Spirit" in the foreground

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The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…

Bronze casting for 1/3 scale version of "Freedom of the Human Spirit".

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The businessmen backers of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair aspired to produce an economic boom for the city that would rival the hugely successful New York World’s Fair of 1939-40 that brought more than 44 million visitors to the city. Many of these planners, kids during the ’39-40 Fair, hoped that the experience would be as memorable for their…