A report on George M. Leader

Leader's official photo, circa 1959. Used for display in state buildings and for other purposes.
George Leader and his wife plaque marking the planting of woodland in their honour, Kiryat Moshe, Jerusalem 1956

American politician.

- George M. Leader
Leader's official photo, circa 1959. Used for display in state buildings and for other purposes.

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Hummelstown, Pennsylvania

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Borough in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Borough in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States.

The original Parish House, now the Hummelstown Historical Society Library & Museum
Swatara Creek as seen from a park in Hummelstown, at the west end of town. The bridge supports U.S. 322.
Hummelstown's climate during the year
The Pavilion at Herbert A. Schaffner Park
The playground at Schaffner Park, the former Borough Park.
Lower Dauphin High School, as taken from the Hershey Medical Center life lion
The Lower Dauphin High School Falcons logo
Henderson House

George M. Leader, former governor of Pennsylvania

Hershey, Pennsylvania

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Unincorporated community and census-designated place in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Unincorporated community and census-designated place in Derry Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Hershey Chocolate Factory, 1976.

George M. Leader, Governor of Pennsylvania, lived in Hershey.

Gettysburg College seal

Gettysburg College

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Private liberal arts college in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Private liberal arts college in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Gettysburg College seal
Gettysburg College seal
Samuel Simon Schmucker, Gettysburg College founder
House on Washington St. occupied by the Eisenhowers
The campus as seen from the air. From left to right in the foreground: College Union Building, Plank Gym, Master's Hall, Science Center Complex.
Pennsylvania Hall as it appears today. It now serves as the college's main administration building.
Glatfelter hall during the renovation in the winter of 2014
Pennsylvania Hall
Schmucker Hall
Glatfelter Lodge
Musselman Library
View from Lincoln Street
Pennsylvania Hall, from Musselman Library
Science Center
Dining Center ("Servo")
Fall on campus brings many colors.
The Quarry Pond on campus
Plank Gym, home to the radio station, yearbook, Anthropology department, and GRAB offices

George M. Leader, 36th Governor of Pennsylvania (1955–1959)

Hugh Scott

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American politician.

American politician.

Scott watches as President Gerald Ford signs H.R. 5621, Establishing Valley Forge State Park a National Historical Site on July 4, 1976

Scott won election to the Senate in 1958, narrowly prevailing over Democratic Governor George M. Leader.

Guy Leader

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American politician and businessman.

American politician and businessman.

His son was Governor of Pennsylvania George M. Leader.

A splash dam discharging water and logs in the West Branch Susquehanna River basin

Quehanna Wild Area

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Wildlife area within parts of Cameron, Clearfield and Elk counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania; with a total area of 48186 acre, it covers parts of Elk and Moshannon State Forests.

Wildlife area within parts of Cameron, Clearfield and Elk counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania; with a total area of 48186 acre, it covers parts of Elk and Moshannon State Forests.

A splash dam discharging water and logs in the West Branch Susquehanna River basin
A logging train of the Central Pennsylvania Lumber Co., which clearcut the Quehanna plateau from 1907 to 1911
Clearcutting led to the "Pennsylvania Desert".
Old Hoover Road, a hiking trail in Wykoff Run Natural Area, was originally the Driftwood Pike, then a state forest road.
Men of Civilian Conservation Corps Camp S118, who worked in the Quehanna area
The pool reactor in Curtiss-Wright's research facility. The nuclear core is in the water, and the control panel is on the bridge.
1958 aerial view of the reactor and jet engine test cells
The hot cells in the facility were used to remotely handle materials too radioactive to deal with directly.
The robot which disassembled the most contaminated parts of the facility in action
Reactor Road in 2010; even though the reactor has been demolished, access to the site by vehicles is still restricted.
Part of the former southern jet engine test cell bunker, which has been almost completely covered with earth
Aerial view of the industrial complex during the Curtiss-Wright era; the Quehanna Highway runs north-south.
Wildlife viewing blind at Hoover Farm Wildlife Viewing Area
Hikers passing through mountain laurel on the Quehanna Trail, built 1976–1977
From its source in Wykoff Run Natural Area, Wykoff Run drops 1352 ft through four rock formations.
Looking west on the Quehanna Highway at the Clearfield–Cameron county line, where the 1985 tornado crossed the road
Stumps from logging in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, in a wetland area north of Reactor Road
Second-growth trees in Moshannon State Forest
Pond and wetlands at Beaver Run Wildlife Viewing Area
Mosquito Creek gorge is used for hiking, fishing, and hunting.

Curtiss-Wright worked closely with the state, and in June 1955, Governor George M. Leader signed legislation that authorized the construction of a research facility at Quehanna.

Fels Institute of Government

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Graduate school of public policy and public management.

Graduate school of public policy and public management.

George M. Leader: Former Governor of Pennsylvania (1955-1959)