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Dr. Walter Hallstein Part 3 / The Kashmir Problem
Continuation of address by Walter Hallstein, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs for Germany, in McDonough Gymnasium. Playing of the Alma Mater begins at the 9 minute, 53 second mark. This followed by a portion of a ...
PRIME MINISTER COSTELLO OF IRELAND (Reel 1) March 16, 1956 #170.
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Presentation of the Wagner Papers. Part 2
Continuation of the presentation ceremony for the Robert F. Wagner Papers, with remarks from the Secretary-Treasurer of the American Federation of Labor, George Meany: "Many will . . . find in these papers conclusive proof ...
Founders' Day Convocation, March 25, 1955. Part 2
A continuation of the Founders Day convocation with an address by U.S. Ambassador to Italy and honorary degree recipient Clare Booth Luce. In it, she expresses fears that the country is drifting away from the moral principles ...
Foreign Service School Meeting with Georgetown University President Robert J. Henle, S.J., 1969. Tape 2.
Held in the Hall of Nations. Question-and-Answer session following Fr. Henle's remarks to Foreign Service School students and faculty about his positions and decisions on matters concerning the School. Questions are ...
Founders' Day Convocation, March 22, 1956 (Part 1)
Held in McDonough Gymnasium. Begins with remarks by President Edward B. Bunn, S.J., who ends with personal congratulations to those about to receive honorary degrees - John Courtney Murray, S.J., General J. Lawton Collins, ...
Fund Raising Event for Hungarian Refugee Students (Part 2)
Ralph Della Cava, a representive of the United States National Students Association introduces Istvan Laszlo, a student leader in the uprising in Hungary, who makes his remarks through an interpreter.
Commencement, June 8, 1953 (Part 3)
A continuation of the presentation of candidates for commissions in the Officers Corps of the Armed Forces of the United States is followed by the award of congratulatory citations to members of the Class of 1903. Assistant ...
Lecture by Daniel Power, S.J. on Religion and the State in American Democracy, 1955
In this lecture, Daniel Power, S.J. discusses the topic of "Religion and the State in American Democracy." Power claims that a dedication to the principle of religious freedom is the most remarkable fact of American ...
Address by Georgetown University President Robert J. Henle, S.J. at the National Association of Foreign Student Affairs Conference, 1972
Tape begins with Charles Deacon, Dean of Admissions at Georgetown and Regional Chairman for the National Association of Foreign Student Affairs (NAFSA) region 8, giving a brief introduction to the conference and a description ...