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Speakers at the United Negro College Fund convocation in San Francisco next Monday*will include (from left): Dr. F. D. Patterson, Tuckegee Institute president; Dr. Charles S.*Johnson, Fisk University head, and Dr. Lindsley F. Kimball, Rockefeller Foundation vice-*president.  The convocation will be the first held in Northern California.
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Negro Educators to Hold 4-Day Conference in S.F.

Foremost American Negro educators and an executive of the Rockefeller Foundation will speak at the 10th annual United Negro College Fund Convocation on Monday at 8:30 p.m. at the Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco.

The public meeting will climax four days of UNCF conferences to be held in the Bay area for the first time.

Participating in the convocation will be presidents of 31 private collies and universities affiliated with UNCF.  It is designed to acquaint Northern California with the UNCF program for increased educational opportunities for more than 25,000 Negro youths enrolled at member schools.

SPEAKERS NAMED

Major addresses will be delivered by Dr. F. D. Patterson, founder and president of the UNCF and president of Tuskegee Institute, Alabama; Dr. Charles S. Johnson, president of Fisk University, Nashville, Tenn., and Dr. Lindsley F. Kimball, vice-president of the Rockefeller Foundation, New York.

An advance continent of college presidents will arrive tomorrow for a noon luncheon at the Fairmont Hotel to be given by San Francisco business and civic leaders.  Dr. Henry F. Grady, co-chairman of the Northern California UNCF Sponsors' Committee will preside at the luncheon.  Other co-chairmen
are Daniel E. Koshland and Dr. Howard Thurman.

Week-end events will include an alumni reception for the col- [[text blocked]] at the YWCA, Residence Club, 840 Powell Street, and a meeting of the UCF board of directors Monday morning at the Fairmont Hotel.  All the presidents will be guest speakers at Bay area churches on Sunday.

COLLEGE PRESIDENTS

Dr. Patterson, whose pioneer idea for an "educational community chest" led to the founding of UNCF in 1943, has been president of Tuskegee Institute since 1935. He serves on the boards of many national organizations, is a special assistant to the secretray of Agriculture and a member of the President's Commission on Higher Education.

Dr. Johnson, president of Fisk University since 1946, is a recagonized authority on sociology. He is author and co-author of several books on the Negro, a regular contributor to sociological and educational magazines and was the first of his race chosen president of the Southern Sociological Association.

Dr. Kimball, vice-president of the Rockefeller Foundation since 1949, is a director and member of
the UNCF executive committee. He is also vice-president of the general education board and a 
trustee of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research.  From 1945 to 1949 and in 1951 and 1952
he was national president of the United Service Organizations, Inc. (USO).

The convocation will be open to the public without charge. Tickets may be obtained at UNCF Northern California headquarters, 785 Market Street,
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[[caption]] LEADERS - Dr. Frederick D. Patterson, right, president of the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, and Daniel E. Koshland, co-chairman of the northern California committee that is host to the conclave of president of the United Negro Colleges, of which Doctor Patterson is president. [[/caption]]

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program

NEGRO COLLEGE FUND CONVOCATION
[[cutoff]]EV. WILLIAM E. McCORMACK
[[cutoff]]rst Congregational Church

[[cutoff]]ion of presidents

[[cutoff]]TRENT, JR.
[[cutoff]] Director, UNCF, Inc.

LINDSLEY F. KIMBALL
[[cutoff]] -President of Rockefeller Foundation, New York
F. D. PATTERSON


[[cutoff]] ent of Tuskegee Institute, Alabama
DR. CHARLES S. JOHNSON
President of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee

music 
GERALDINE FARMAR, Soprano
Nobles Seineurs, Salut! (Les Huguenots)..Meyerbeer
The Little Shepherd's Song ... Watts
Romance (The Desert Song)... Romberg 
ROBERT BENNETT, Accompanist

presiding GENE K. WALKER
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[[invitation]] 
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
TO ATTEND THE

alumni reception

HONORING
THE PRESIDENTS OF
THE THIRTY-ONE

united negro colleges

SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1953 
4:00 TO 6:00 P.M. 

GARDEN ROOM - RESIDENCE CLUB - YWCA 
940 POWELL STREET 
SAN FRANCISCO  
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[newspaper ID for clippings]
Oakland, Calif. Tribune
Jan 8 1953

San Francisco, Cal
Examiner
Circ. D. 225,060 - S. 564,448
JAN 10 1953 
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