Center for Sacramento History > Center for Sacramento History Photo Collection > William Clark receiving California's highest award for heroism, the Medal of Valor. Presenting the award is Secretary of Resources Agency, Huey Johnson. Clark is California Department of Forestry fire crew supervisor who rescued five persons whose boat had capsized in heavy surf near Oceano February 2, 1977

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Title
William Clark receiving California's highest award for heroism, the Medal of Valor. Presenting the award is Secretary of Resources Agency, Huey Johnson. Clark is California Department of Forestry fire crew supervisor who rescued five persons whose boat had capsized in heavy surf near Oceano February 2, 1977
Date Created and/or Issued
1978-1978
Contributing Institution
Center for Sacramento History
Collection
Center for Sacramento History Photo Collection
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William Clark receiving California's highest award for heroism, the Medal of Valor. Presenting the award is Secretary of Resources Agency, Huey Johnson. Clark is California Department of Forestry fire crew supervisor who rescued five persons whose boat had capsized in heavy surf near Oceano February 2, 1977.
Type
Image
Identifier
426195E3-03D4-4C3F-8F1C-318047329899
1983/001/SBPMP00615

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