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Goals for the Donations

1.   On-Going Research on the Life & Times, Politics and the Legacy left by Vice-President Charles Curtis Completion of manuscript

2.  Restoration of the Curtis Family Cemetery in Topeka, Kansas; because of the wanton vandalism/destruction of June 2008

3.  Construction/Purchase of building suitable for the Vice-President Charles Curtis Museum as there are already many people who have items they would like to donate to a authentic/legal museum which the City of Topeka does not have; the Curtis house is a private home; ANYTHING donated is being given to the owner personally and is not a DONATION for a museum.

4.  Teaching/Lectures/Coaching about the Life &Times, Politics, Legacy and Strategy of Vice-President Charles Curtis

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Overview of Charles Curtis life

Web Site History/the designer

Timeline A:  The Indians in Kansas

Timeline B :  The timelines of Kansas and the USA

Timeline C -  Major events and Famous Firsts

Biography ACharles Curtis and his extended family genealogy.

Biography B :  Charles Curtis (before going into Politics)

Politics  and Beliefs of Charles Curtis

Legacy   left by Charles Curtis

Memorials  and donations

Charles Curtis home in Topeka, Kansas

Signature Bldg.  New Kansas State Office Building named for Charles Curtis

Resources  and recommended books for reading.


Would you like to help keep this web site about Charles Curtis and his family and his  politics on-line? 
Help to fund the on-going research on Vice-President Charles Curtis for a very much needed 
biography/book about the man with his family as well as his politics so future generations will have
access to this information?  Then please donate    GOALS


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