Meet George Clark! 
Learn about his extraordinary life from his
humble beginnings in Vaughn, New Mexico,

to his rise as Vice President of the
Fred Harvey Company. 

"Give to the world the best you have,
 and the best will come back to you"

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Early Census Reports

Los Chaves 

Harvey House 1910

George graduated from
Las Vegas High School
Las Vegas, New Mexico

 
Class of 1930
Las Vegas High School
Las Vegas, New Mexico

1930 Las Vegas High School
Graduation roll call & program

George Clark's 
High School Diploma

George started printing
menus in the basement
of the Gran Quivera

1934 letter from the International
Accountants Society 

1935 Employment
Relation Questionnaire 

1936 internal letter for recommenation from the Fred Harvey Company
 

1935 Reccomendation
Letter to Mr. Humphrey

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1937 Employee record  Fred Harvey Company
 

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George's
most treasured 
keepsake

1947-48 AT&SF Rail Pass

Fred Harvey Co. Organization Magazine promotion announcment  

This was a photograph that hung in George's office. From left
Stewart Harvey, Byron Harvey Sr.,
Daggett  Harvey, Byron Harvey Jr.

In 1955  AT&SF Congratulation letter

Harvey Family Executives

In 1938 George married June Eversole and they lived at 431 St. James Place, Chicago.

Congratulatory letter 
for 25 years 1955

Congratulatory letter 
for promotion to
Controller in 1958

Congratulatory letter 
for promotion to
Controller in 1958

Congratulatory letter 
for promotion to
Controller in 1958

1958 Announcement

of promotion in
Hospitality Magazine

25 year
service pin

In 1938 George married
June Eversole..

Click to find George & June's
  phone book listings

AT&SF 25 year
Congratulation letter

 1968 Congratulation 
VP letter

 1968 Congratulation 
VP letter

George & June's House
529 Columbia Ave.
Naperville, IL  

George on the 
left Hospitality 
Magazine 1970

Naperville Sun 1968
38 years of service

Map from Naperville
to Chicago, Il 

Fred Harvey Today 1973
43 years of service

Chicago's Railway
Exchange Building
headquarters for the 
Fred Harvey Company

Read George's 1975 retirement
memo to George Fujikawa

1975 Letter from Ron Barr
on George's retirement

Letter from Daggett Harvey
on George's retirement

Special retirement gift
from Ron Barr

Made by Blue Corn of the 
San Ildefonso Pueblo
of New Mexico

 

Blue Corn's
biography 

After retiring from 
the Fred Harvey Company,
George & June lived in 
Scottsdale, AZ.

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Saying goodbye to George

Diamond Tie Tack

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Address

Physical Address:

104 N 1st Street

Belén, NM 87002

Mailing Address:

333 Becker Avenue

Belén, NM  87002

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43 Years of service photo from Fred Harvey Today 1973