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Muriel Rice, along with Susan Paddock, led the campaign to stop David LeVan’s proposal to build a casino in Straban Township in 2005-2006. The two women co-chaired the organization and led it to its successful conclusion. This one box collection of Muriels’s papers supplements MS-209 NoCasinoGettysburg Papers and contains Muriel’s letters and emails as well as some NoCasino’s working files, printouts from the organization’s web-site, NoCasino.com, letters to the editor, and news clippings for 2005-2006. Although arranged in a similar fashion to MS-209, the collection’s small size (0.75 cu. ft.) did not warrant division into Series.
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1 box, .075 cu. ft.
NoCasinoGettysburg Papers, working files, Muriel Rice, Susan Paddock
Law | Nonprofit Administration and Management
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Dupell Drickamer, Karen. "MS-209: Guide to the Muriel Rice Collection of NoCasinoGettysburg" (May 2019). Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids. Special Collections and College Archives, Musselman Library, Gettysburg College