Bachelor scholar leaves 112 tall clocks and a $9.7-million legacy benefiting museums and historic preservation

 

→ Bachelor scholar leaves 112 tall clocks and a $9.7-million legacy benefiting museums and historic preservation – LancasterOnline

Local historical orgnaizations that benefited from John J. Snyder Jr.’s legacy include:

 

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