Albert P. Clark had a long and distinguished Air Force career, culminating in his service as the sixth Superintendent of the Air Force Academy. He retired as a lieutenant general in 1974. His collection includes a wealth of photos, diaries, and other documents from his career with special emphasis on the years he spent as a prisoner of war in Stalag Luft III.
Clark helped establish The Friends in 1987, and he served as president for 12 years. While president he worked with prospective donors and was responsible for the acquisition of significant collections.
Lieutenant Colonel A. P. Clark after release from Stalag Luft III