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Collection focuses on Clinton Larson's athletic, military, and physical education careers and include correspondence between him and his wife between 1917 and 1921, photographic slides from his larger collection, books that largely feature Clinton Larson as an athlete, clothing and accessories both from World War I and track meets, trophies and medals, scrapbooks that include newspaper clippings and photographs, and personal and professional documents, all dating between 1892 and 1980.
Contains pins, ribbons and medals from various competitions, events, and organizations. Prominent are pins from National track competitions, medals from the Inter-Allied Games in Paris, Boy Scout badges and pins, and Army pins, buttons, and medals of decoration and rank.
Contains correspondence between Clinton Larson, several of his associates, and the Veteran's Administration, relating to Larson's appeal for compensation for military-related strain on his health.
Contains Clinton and Lillian's patriarchal blessings (Clinton's given and signed by Hyrum G. Smith), Clinton’s birth certificate, "The Elder's Manual," and correspondence with church leaders.
Contains programs from the 1924 and 1932 Olympic games, and the 1938 and 1953 National Championships. Also included is a small article describing Clinton Larson's high jump style and the records of him and his peers.
Contains certificates for Clinton Larson's service in the army and certification cards for the Red Cross and Boy Scouts of America. One oversize folder containing award certificates for various high jump competitions, Boy Scouts of America training completions, and United States army officer commissions.
Contains a notebook containing an outline of Larson's athletic achievements from 1913 to 1950, written by Clinton Larson. Also included are printed copies of the same outline.
Contains report cards, transcripts, diplomas, class roll books, some correspondence (including a letter from Philo T. Farnsworth), and a report written by Clinton Larson in 1947.