Tribolet, Harold W.

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Tribolet, Harold W.

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1911-1993

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Harold W. Tribolet lived for many years in both Chicago and Highland Park, working at R.R. Donnelley & Sons Co. from 1927-1973. For much of this time he was the Department of Graphic Conservation manager. Tribolet was also a lecturer at the University of Chicago, the Library of Congress and the New York State Historic Association. Additionally, he served as secretary of the Caxton Club.

In 1970, Tribolet was awarded the United States Presidential Commendation for his work serving as a consultant after the devastating flood of 1966-67 in Florence, Italy.

Tribolet and his wife Mildred had two children, Craig and Donna.

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