FLOR500, Garden 263 General Albert Blanding, Military Officer (1876–1970) One of two Floridians to achieve the rank of General, General Blanding became Chief of the National Guard Bureau in 1936. He had served in World War I, left the service after the war, but later returned. Camp Blending near Starke is named for him, and after his retirement he helped create the Everglades National Park.
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General Albert Blanding, Military Officer

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General Albert Blanding, Military Officer

(1876–1970)

One of two Floridians to achieve the rank of General, General Blanding became Chief of the National Guard Bureau in 1936. He had served in World War I, left the service after the war, but later returned. Camp Blending near Starke is named for him, and after his retirement he helped create the Everglades National Park.





 




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