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Portrait of Verner W. Clapp, undated

Portrait of Verner W. Clapp, undated

Verner W. Clapp, Chief Assistant Librarian of Congress (1947) and Acting Librarian of Congress (1953-54).

Portrait of Verner W. Clapp, undated

Portrait of Verner W. Clapp, undated

Verner W. Clapp, Chief Assistant Librarian of Congress (1947) and Acting Librarian of Congress (1953-54).

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Verner W. Clapp describes the measures taken to preserve the Declaration of Independence.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Verner W. Clapp describes the measures taken to preserve the Declaration of Independence.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Verner W. Clapp describes the measures taken to preserve the Declaration of Independence.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Verner W. Clapp describes the measures taken to preserve the Declaration of Independence.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Verner W. Clapp describes the measures taken to preserve the Declaration of Independence.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Verner W. Clapp describes the measures taken to preserve the Declaration of Independence.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, May 18, 1942

Verner W. Clapp describes the measures taken to preserve the Declaration of Independence.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, July 1, 1940

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, July 1, 1940

Verner W. Clapp responds to the Arthur A. Houghton, Jr.'s memorandum of June 26, 1940.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, July 1, 1940

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, July 1, 1940

Verner W. Clapp responds to the Arthur A. Houghton, Jr.'s memorandum of June 26, 1940.

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, July 1, 1940

Memorandum from Verner W. Clapp to Archibald MacLeish, July 1, 1940

Verner W. Clapp responds to the Arthur A. Houghton, Jr.'s memorandum of June 26, 1940.

Letter from Verner W. Clapp to Robert Frost, February 15, 1950

Letter from Verner W. Clapp to Robert Frost, February 15, 1950

Invitation to Robert Frost to join the Fellows in American Letters.

Letter from Verner W. Clapp to Robert Frost, February 15, 1950

Letter from Verner W. Clapp to Robert Frost, February 15, 1950

Invitation to Robert Frost to join the Fellows in American Letters.