Guilford Dudley, Jr. and “This is Your Life,” 1957
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Guilford Dudley, Jr. pictured with Mayor West, and an unidentified man, circa 1957, receiving his “This is Your Life” album. Guilford Dudley, Jr. (1907-2002) was the United States ambassador to Denmark under the Nixon and Ford presidential administrations. From 1952 until 1969, Dudley served as president of Life & Casualty Insurance Company. Dudley was the youngest child, and only son of Guilford Dudley (1854-1945) and Anne Dallas Dudley (1876-1955), a leading activist in the women’s suffrage movement in the United States. He was born and died in Nashville, Tennessee. He is buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Forms part of Record Group 3, Metro Davidson County Photographer. 2 photograph negatives : b & w ; 4 x 5 in.
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- Dudley, Guilford, 1907-2002
West, Ben, 1911-1974
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