Correspondence of the Public Occasions Committee h[manuscript] 1916-1943.


Correspondence of the Public Occasions Committee h[manuscript] 1916-1943.

Correspondence with many noted men concernsprograms for Convocation, Founder's Day, Finale, the Page-Barbour Lecture. Correspondents include: Carl Becker, R.A. Daly, E. Panofsky, Thomas J. Wertenbaker, Heinrich Bruening, Archibald MacLeish, Gilbert Chinard, and many others.

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