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R.E.M. Des Islets
R.E.M. Des Islets
TitleR.E.M. Des Islets
DescriptionPortrait of Colonel R.E.M. Des Islets, U.S. Army District Engineer of Kansas City, Missouri. Des Islets spoke to the South Central Business Association on June 1, 1943, about proposals to President Franklin D. Roosevelt by the "army engineers" (precursor to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers) being made at that time to prevent flooding of the Missouri River.
Dateca. 1943
Item TypePhotograph, b/w
CollectionSouth Central Business Association Records (P14 & SC39)
See finding aid: http://localhistory.kclibrary.org/u?/Local,36934
LocationP14, Box 3, Folder 3, #7
NotesPhotograph taken from page 89, Scrapbook #19, SC 39.
Local SubjectDes Islets, Col. R.E.M.
Missouri River
Army Corps of Engineers
South Central Business Association
Digital FormatJPEG
Barcode10013769
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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