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[[small tag]] CHICAGO, ILL. DEFENDER Circ. W. 73,475 [[stamped]] OCT 10 1953 [[/stamped]] [[/small tag]] [[leaflet]] a convocation WITH THE PRESIDENTS OF THE THIRTY-ONE united negro colleges invocation DR. HOWARD THURMAN Dean of the Chapel, Boston University guest speakers DR. NATHAN M. PUSEY President of Harvard University DR. LINDSLEY F. KIMBALL Vice-President of Rockefeller Foundation, New DR. F.D. PATTERSON President of the United Negro College Fund music THE CHOIR OF BETHUNE-COOKMAN COLL Daytona Beach, Florida program chairman EDWARD WEEKS Editor of the Atlantic Monthly [[/leaflet]] [[newspaper clipping]] THE BOSTON HERALD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1954 [[/newspaper clipping]] JOHN HANCOCK HALL monday evening, 8:0 ry the 18th, 19 [[newspaper clipping]] Black and white photo of three men in suits (Herald Staff Photo by Daniel Murphy) CONVOCATION LEADERS--At the meeting of the United Negro College Fund, Inc., in John Hancock Hall last night were, left to right, Dr. Nathan M. Pusey, president of Harvard; Dr. Lindsley F. Kimball, vice-president, Rockefeller Foundation; and Dr. Frederick D. Patterson, president of the college fund. [[/newspaper clipping]] [[newspaper clipping]] UNCF Board Members 10th Session at Chicago CHICAGO -- The tenth annual board meeting of the [[hand-drawn line]] United Negro College Fund [[/hand-drawn line]] was held here Oct. 4-6, with presidents of the fund's 31 member colleges taking part in the business and public meetings. October 4 was proclaimed "United Negro College Fund Sunday" in Chicago, and the 31 presidents appeared as guest speakers in leading churches throughout the city. THREE-DAY MEET "The three-day meeting was highlighted Monday afternoon with a public convocation at Sheraton hotel, featuring addresses by Harvey S. Firestone, jr., chairman of the board, Firestone Tire and Rubber co., and a member of the mobilizing board of the UNCF's Capital Funds campagin; and Dr. Rufus E. Clements, president of Atlanta university. Hermon Dunlap-Smith, executive vice president, Marsh and McLennan, and UNCF Chicago campaign, will preside. Another important event held on Monday was the alumni reception and banquet held an honor of the visiting presidents. Sponsored by the Chicago Inter-alumni Council, the reception was conducted under chairmanship of Mrs. Lloyd Calloway. Earlier Monday, a luncheon was held at the Sheraton hotel for Chicago business and civic leaders, Dr. Lindsley F. Kimball, vice president of the Rockefeller Foundation and national chairman of [[/newspaper clipping]] [[card]] Programme [[picture of lamp]] Banquet Honoring Presidents of the 31 Member Colleges of UNCF Sponsored by The Chicago Inter-Alumni Council October 5, 1953 [[/card]]
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