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1963 Apr. 29

Charter Day: James Pollack, Charles Avila, Glenn Seaborg, George Meany, Governor Endicott Peabody, and President John W. Lederle outside Totman Gymnasium

Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Honorees James Pollack (professor at University of Michigan), Charles Avila (president of Boston Edison Co.), Glenn Seaborg (Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission), George Meany (president of the AFL-CIO), Governor Endicott Peabody, and President John W. Lederle outside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 9

Gov. Endicott Peabody signs Charter Week proclamation

Boston (Mass.) - Gov. Endicott Peabody (seated) signs Charter Week proclamation in the Office of the Governor in the Massachusetts State House during the Centennial anniversary celebration. Standing (L-R): State Representative David Bartley, Alumni president Robert D. Gordon, and President John W. Lederle.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

President John W. Lederle, Governor Endicott Peabody, Senator Edward Kennedy, and James T. Nicholson standing at Charter Day convocation

Amherst (Mass.) - (L-R) President John W. Lederle, Governor Endicott Peabody, Senator Edward Kennedy, James T. Nicholson standing on stage at Charter Day convocation. From a series of photos taken during the Charter Day convocation in the Women's Physical Education Building (now Totman Gymnasium) during the Centennial anniversary celebration.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

Governor Endicott Peabody speaking at Charter Day convocation

Amherst (Mass.) - Governor Endicott Peabody speaks at a podium with President John W. Lederle at right, on stage at Charter Day convocation. From a series of photos taken during the Charter Day convocation in the Women's Physical Education Building (now Totman Gymnasium) during the Centennial anniversary celebration.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

Charter Day: Gordon Oakes, Governor Endicott Peabody, President John W. Lederle, and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon outside Totman Gymnasium

Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Honoree Gordon Oakes (student body president of 1963), Governor Endicott Peabody, President John W. Lederle, and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon (Springfield Diocese) outside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

Charter Day: Gordon Oakes, Governor Endicott Peabody, President John W. Lederle, and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon outside Totman Gymnasium

Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Honoree Gordon Oakes (student body president of 1963), Governor Endicott Peabody, President John W. Lederle, and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon (Springfield Diocese) outside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

Governor Endicott Peabody, Senator Edward Kennedy, and James T. Nicholson standing at Charter Day convocation

Amherst (Mass.) - (L-R) Governor Endicott Peabody, Senator Edward Kennedy, James T. Nicholson standing on stage at Charter Day convocation. From a series of photos taken during the Charter Day convocation in the Women's Physical Education Building (now Totman Gymnasium) during the Centennial anniversary celebration.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

Charter Day: Gordon Oakes, Governor Endicott Peabody, President John W. Lederle, and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon outside Totman Gymnasium

Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Honoree Gordon Oakes (student body president of 1963), Governor Endicott Peabody, President John W. Lederle, and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon (Springfield Diocese) outside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

Governor Endicott Peabody speaking at Charter Day convocation

Amherst (Mass.) - Governor Endicott Peabody speaks at a podium with President John W. Lederle at right, on stage at Charter Day convocation. From a series of photos taken during the Charter Day convocation in the Women's Physical Education Building (now Totman Gymnasium) during the Centennial anniversary celebration.

University Photograph Collection

1963 Apr. 29

Charter Day: Governor Endicott Peabody, honoree George Meany, and John E. Powers inside Totman Gymnasium

Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Governor Endicott Peabody, honoree George Meany, and State Senate President John E. Powers inside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.

University Photograph Collection