Norton Clapp has/had a position (Trustee) at University of Puget Sound

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Title Trustee
Start Date 1933-00-00
Notes Another of Clapp's primary interests was the University of Puget Sound, a private liberal arts school in Tacoma. Clapp joined the board of trustees of what was then the College of Puget Sound in 1933. He soon became secretary of the board, then a member of the finance committee, vice chairman, and eventually (in 1967) chairman of the board. In all, Clapp served as a trustee for 62 years, including 19 years as chair, longer than any other trustee. As was the case with many of his other philanthropies, he gave both treasure and talent to the school. The Norton Clapp Theatre in Jones Hall on the UPS campus honors his many contributions.