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centennial celebrations

 Subject
Subject Source: Thesaurus For Use In College And University Archives

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Aldous Huxley lecture series, “What a Piece of Work Is a Man”

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MC-0233
Abstract This collection contains transcripts and audio files of six lectures Aldous Huxley gave at the Massachusetts Instititue of Technology in the fall of 1960. He was the Carnegie Visiting Professor of Humanities at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) presenting a series of lectures concerning history, language, and art under the title "What a Piece of Work is a Man." The lectures were presented by the MIT Department of Humanities as part of the Centennial Program of the founding of MIT.
Dates: 1960

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Centennial Week records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0174
Scope and Contents of the Collection This set of records contains information about the celebration held at the Massachusetts Instiutute of Technology in April 1961 to comemorate the centennial of the granting of the charter to the Institute on April 10, 1861. Records of the Committee on the Centennial Celebration include plans; correspondence; budgets; reports; publicity material; instructions to ushers; and information about procession order, transportation, and signs. The records of the Centennial Executive Assistant...
Dates: 1949 - 1961; Majority of material found within 1960 - 1961

Catherine N. Stratton papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MC-0426
Scope and Contents of the Collection The collection contains Catherine Stratton's correspondence and notes about social functions sponsored by Julius Stratton and his wife, Catherine Stratton, during the years 1959-1966 when Julius Stratton served as president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Social notebook files include working notes, correspondence, guest lists, menus, and invitations for functions. Most of the correspondence is from the MIT community, but there is interesting correspondence from others such...
Dates: 1954 - 2014; Majority of material found within 1957 - 1969