Norton Clapp has/had a position (Lifetime Trustee) at University of Chicago

Title Lifetime Trustee
Start Date 1957-00-00
Notes Civic service and community builder/investor In 1949 he was a founder of the Medina Foundation, which provides charitable grants in the greater Puget Sound area.[citation needed] He was named to the Trustees of University of Chicago in 1957 and was named a Life Trustee in 1970.[citation needed] In 1961 he joined Bagley Wright, contractor Howard S. Wright, architect John Graham, and financier Ned Skinner as investors in the Pentagram Corporation which was to build and own the Space Needle for the 1962 World's Fair. He continued his ownership until 1977 when he sold out his interests to Howard Wright.[4]

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