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“Harvard Voices” was originally prepared for the 350th Anniversary of the founding of Harvard College and has been updated for the 375th Anniversary in the fall of 2011. Excerpts from major addresses by public figures and creative artists, as well as the musings of notable Harvard scholars, are included.

Acknowledgements
Professor Richard Tarrant, narrator
Jacqueline O’Neill, Sarah Speltz, Tara Benedict, editors
Anthony Di Bartolo, Margaret Keyes, and Jerry McDonald, Production staff of the Department of Media Services
Katherine Kogut, Kogut Productions, audio formatting and editing
Gleb Sidorkin, reader of Solzhenitsyn selection
Peter Katz, Office of the General Counsel
Lucinda O’Neill, Cover art design

For previous work in production of the 1986 edition of “Harvard Voices” we acknowledge Richard M. Hunt, Donald Bacon, Michael Milburn, Linda Beyer, Jeffrey Martini, Barry Megquier, the Woodberry Poetry Room, Non-print Media Archive of the Modern Language Center, and the Cabot Science Library.

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    • History

“Harvard Voices” was originally prepared for the 350th Anniversary of the founding of Harvard College and has been updated for the 375th Anniversary in the fall of 2011. Excerpts from major addresses by public figures and creative artists, as well as the musings of notable Harvard scholars, are included.

Acknowledgements
Professor Richard Tarrant, narrator
Jacqueline O’Neill, Sarah Speltz, Tara Benedict, editors
Anthony Di Bartolo, Margaret Keyes, and Jerry McDonald, Production staff of the Department of Media Services
Katherine Kogut, Kogut Productions, audio formatting and editing
Gleb Sidorkin, reader of Solzhenitsyn selection
Peter Katz, Office of the General Counsel
Lucinda O’Neill, Cover art design

For previous work in production of the 1986 edition of “Harvard Voices” we acknowledge Richard M. Hunt, Donald Bacon, Michael Milburn, Linda Beyer, Jeffrey Martini, Barry Megquier, the Woodberry Poetry Room, Non-print Media Archive of the Modern Language Center, and the Cabot Science Library.

    Introduction

    Introduction

    “Harvard Voices” was originally prepared for the 350th Anniversary of the founding of Harvard College and has been updated for the 375th Anniversary in the fall of 2011. Excerpts from major addresses by public figures and creative artists, as well as the musings of notable Harvard scholars are included.

    • 25 sec
    Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936

    Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936

    President Franklin D. Roosevelt at Harvard’s 300th Anniversary on September 18, 1936, in Sanders Theatre.

    • 1 min
    Samuel Eliot Morison, 1936

    Samuel Eliot Morison, 1936

    Professor Samuel Eliot Morison, renowned historian of Harvard, also at the 300th Anniversary in 1936.

    • 1 min
    Gertrude Stein, 1930s

    Gertrude Stein, 1930s

    Radcliffe graduate and celebrated American author, Gertrude Stein, read from her experimental literary work.

    • 2 min
    Winston Churchill, 1943

    Winston Churchill, 1943

    After receiving an honorary degree, Prime Minister Winston Churchill spoke in Harvard Yard to U.S. military forces in training on September 6, 1943.

    • 1 min
    George C. Marshall, 1947

    George C. Marshall, 1947

    Secretary of State George C. Marshall announced The Marshall Plan on Commencement Day 1947 in Harvard Yard.

    • 1 min

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