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Legacy Library Archive

For nearly 40 years, W. Cleon Skousen travelled around the nation teaching the Making of America Seminars and other constitutional studies and current events presentations. His son-in-law, Glenn Kimber, spent most of those years at his side, collecting and archiving his years of research and references. In recent years, this research archive came to fill more than a dozen file cabinets and the challenge of navigating, transporting, and referencing these paper archives and has become overwhelming. The Thomas Jefferson Center team has begun to scan and OCR these materials to make them digital and searchable. Welcome to the Legacy Library.

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For nearly 40 years, W. Cleon Skousen travelled around the nation teaching the Making of America Seminars and other constitutional studies and current events presentations. His son-in-law, Glenn Kimber, spent most of those years at his side, collecting and archiving his years of research and references. In recent years, this research archive came to fill more than a dozen file cabinets and the challenge of navigating, transporting, and referencing these paper archives and has become overwhelming. The Thomas Jefferson Center team has begun to scan and OCR these materials to make them digital and searchable. Welcome to the Legacy Library.