CITADEL SPEECHES

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1846-1952.
115 items.
Commencement addresses, baccalaureate sermons, Calliopean and Polytechnique Literary Society speeches delivered at The Citadel. Speakers include George S. Bryan, Francis Asbury Coward, William S. Lee, Edward McCrady.

Finding aid in repository.
AF Speeches
1900.1


Speech, 1959.
1 item, 5p.
By unidentified alumnus who was possibly a 1909 graduate. Praises General Mark Clark, mentions Col. O.J. Bond and describes cadet life on Marion Square. Discusses world events such as Castro in Cuba and former Cuban dictator Batista and the foreign policy mistake of the U.S.

AF Citadel speech


Baccalaureate Sermons, The Citadel.
1846-1953.
Included with speeches made at The Citadel.
Finding aid in repository (AF speeches).
A1900.1


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