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Speeches by Edgar B. Graves

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Identifier: yhm-arc-2006-011

Content Description

7 addresses (copies) by Professor Edgar B. Graves, Hon. degree 1978: Address at Alumni meeting re. strength and acceleration of academic program, 1962; "Prejudices are Inversely proportional to perspective" re. foreign exchange programs (~1946-56); "Leadership Begets Obligations," 1942 Memorial Day Speech to city-wide Utica audience; "Lessons from the Treaty of Berlin of 1921" outline; Address to Hamilton College re. death of FDR; "The Geopolitics of the Small College," mostly copy of handwritten draft (typed 1st page),; delivered at end of summer session 1944, to unknown audience at Haverford (possibly a dinner); Transcript of response to the question "How, in your judgment, does an Hamilton undergraduate experience differ from a university undergraduate experience" (sound recording made for alumni meetings)

Acquisition Type

Gift

Provenance

donated by Barbara Starnes, daughter of Edgar Graves, from his papers retained by her

Restrictions Apply

No

Dates

  • Majority of material found within 1942 - 1962

Extent

.2 Linear Feet (1 folder)

  • essays Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus