Talk:Barber & Kluttz

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Kluttz versus Klutz[edit]

If I'm listing pros for either, all I can come up with for "Klutz" is that a number of National Register nomination writers spelled it wrong. "Kluttz" is how it's spelled in his own publications and how it's spelled on his own grave marker [1]. Archarin (talk) 17:19, 22 October 2013 (UTC)