The Joseph A. Caulder Collection
Past Rotary International Director 1928-29   -  Regina, Sask., Canada

"Eyewitness to Rotary International's First 50 Years"


JOSEPH A. CAULDER - An eyewitness to Rotary International's first 50 years.

Album 1 - Pages 67-68: George C. Hager, 28th President

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George C. Hager

28th President




Rotary Biography of


Chicago, Illinois.

President, Rotary International, 1938-39


George C. Hager has been Secretary of the Consumers Company, a Chicago coal, ice and building materials distributing concern; President of the Chicago Federal Savings and Loan Association; and Vice-President of Eversharp, Inc. He was born in Bristol, Tennessee, and was graduated from King College in Bristol and from the University of Tennessee.

He has been a member of the Rotary Club of Chicago since 1927 and is a Past President of that club. He has served Rotary International as President (in 1938-39), Director, Rotary Foundation Trustee, and as chairman and member of numerous committees.

Mr. Hager is a Past President of the Constitutional Protective League of Illinois, and a Past Director of the Metropolitan Junior Achievement of New York. During World War I, he was a Lieutenant in the Field Artillery. He has been decorated by the governments of Bolivia, Chile, Republic of Panama, and Peru.

From Rotary International,

35 East Wacker Drive,

Chicago 1, Ill., U.S.A..

March 1954.

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George C. Hager's Obituary

November 1958

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George C. Hager's

Letter to

Joseph P. Caulder

Dated Jan. 16, 1951

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George C. Hager's

Letter to

Joseph P. Caulder

Dated January 25, 1951

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