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Presidential Inauguration of J. Hunter Guthrie, S.J., 1949. Tape 2.
Inaugural address by President Guthrie. One of his central themes is that universities fail to fully educate students if they do not include the teaching of religion and morals: "...the goal of true education is dualistic. ...
Georgetown University Alumni Banquet, 1940. Tape 3
Tape 3 of 4. Principal speaker General George V. Strong, Assistant Chief of the General Staff in charge of the War Plan Division, continues his "off the record' remarks on the topic of national defense and hemisphere ...
Presidential Inauguration of J. Hunter Guthrie, S.J., 1949. Tape 1.
Broadcast by WGTG Georgetown. Held in Gaston Hall. Organ music is heard for the first 16 minutes 26 seconds, presumably the duration of the academic procession. Speakers include: Robert E. Hogan, Jr., President of The ...
Presentation of the Robert F. Wagner Collection to Georgetown, 1949. Tape 1
Tape 1 of 3. Held in Gaston Hall. Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, opens the event and introduces Robert F. Wagner, Jr., Senator Wagner's son, who begins the presentation speech around the 6 minute 29 minute mark by reading a ...
Georgetown University Alumni Banquet, 1940. Tape 2
Tape 2 of 4. Begins with E. Barrett Prettyman who speaks for the Class of 1915. Musican George H. O'Connor performs from around the 5 minute 9 second mark to the 24 minute 37 second mark. Principal speaker General George ...
Georgetown University Banquet, 1940. Tape 4
Tape 4 of 4. Georgetown President Arthur A. O'Leary, S.J., continues his remarks and comments on the state of the University. The event closes with the singing of the Alma Mater.
Georgetown University Alumni Banquet, 1940. Tape 1
Tape 1 of 4. Held at the Mayflower. Begins with an invocation by John J. Kehoe, S.J. An unidentified speaker, possibly Speaker of the House William B. Bankhead, then references the organization of the Alumni Council and ...
Presentation of the Robert F. Wagner Collection to Georgetown, 1949. Tape 3
Tape 3 of 3. Leon Keyserling begins speaking at the 1 minute 10 second mark. The event ends with remarks from Secretary of the Navy Francis P. Matthews.
Presentation of the Robert F. Wagner Collection to Georgetown, 1949. Tape 2
Tape 2 of 3. Secretary-Treasurer of the AFL George Meany continues his remarks in tribute to Robert F. Wagner. He is followed by Secretary-Treasurer of the CIO James B. Carey starting at the 8 minute 55 second mark and ...