Visit by Vice President of the United States Hubert Humphrey to Georgetown Univerity on the occasion of the 176th anniversary, 1966
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio), 1911-1978
Tape consists of an unidentified speaker recounting the activities of March 25, 1966 when Vice President Hubert Humphrey visited Georgetown University on the occasion of the 176th anniversary. Georgetown President Gerard Campbell, S.J. opened the day's programming followed by a brief address by Frank Keating, President of the Yard. Humphrey addressed a gathering in the Quadrangle and later spoke at a Founder's day luncheon where he gave his views on education. The luncheon had the purpose of answering the needs of the growth of Georgetown University. President Campbell also spoke on the ten priority projects which the Progress Fund will supply. Georgetown had recently launched the 26 million dollar Progress Fund for Wisdom and Discovery in a Dynamic World.
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