Includes minutes from meetings of February through May, 1919. Three ideas were proposed: a fountain, a memorial hall, and
a memorial fund; a memorial hall was the final choice.
The Committee of Fifty, first called the War Service Memorial Committee, was charged with raising funds for a permanent memorial
to the service and sacrifices of Stanford in the First World War.
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