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UNITED STATES - LOC FILE PHOTO: Ability to recite from memory the constitution wins war veteran a job. Washington, D.C., Sept. 13. Harry E. Wilhelm, 43, a World War veteran and unemployed huckster of York, PA., won himself a job today on his ability to recite from memory the 6,757 words of the Constitution and Amendments. In his quest for work, Wilhelm called on Rep. Sol Bloom, Chairman of the United States Constitutional Sesquicentennial Commission, to whom he announced he was the only man in the world who could recite from memory the Constitution. Interested but skeptical, Bloom promised Wilhelm a job if he could back up hi claim. With Bloom checking the words, Wilhelm made good on his boast and is now an employee of the U.S. Constitution Sesquicentennial Commission mail room. 9/13/37 (Photo By FILE PHOTO/Roll Call)

UNITED STATES - LOC FILE PHOTO: Ability to recite from memory the constitution wins war veteran a job. Washington, D.C., Sept. 13. Harry E. Wilhelm, 43, a World War veteran and unemployed huckster of York, PA., won himself a job today on his ability to recite from memory the 6,757 words of the Constitution and Amendments. In his quest for work, Wilhelm called on Rep. Sol Bloom, Chairman of the United States Constitutional Sesquicentennial Commission, to whom he announced he was the only man...
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