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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. 29
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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. 29
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Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Provost Gilbert Woodside adjusts the ceremonial hood on Glenn Seaborg (Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission) as Seaborg receives an honorary Doctor of Laws degree while Dean George A. Marston (possibly) assists. President John W. Lederle is hidden behind the podium. All are in academic regalia inside Totman Gymnasium during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29
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Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Edward M. Kennedy, Charles Avila (president of Boston Edison Co.), Glenn Seaborg (Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission), and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon (back to camera) inside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the processional of the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29
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Amherst (Mass.) - Glenn Seaborg speaks at a podium with (right to left) President John W. Lederle, Governor Endicott Peabody, Edward Kennedy, James T. Nicholson, and Harusada Suginome sitting 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
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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), and George Meany (president of the AFL-CIO) outside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29
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Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Provost Gilbert Woodside adjusts the ceremonial hood on Glenn Seaborg (Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission) as Seaborg receives an honorary Doctor of Laws degree while Dean George A. Marston (possibly) assists. President John W. Lederle is hidden behind the podium. All are in academic regalia inside Totman Gymnasium during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29
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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), and George Meany (president of the AFL-CIO) outside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29
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Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Hokkaido University President Harusada Suginome, Edward M. Kennedy, Bishop Christopher J. Weldon, and President John W. Lederle inside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the processional of the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29
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Amherst (Mass.) - (Left to right) Edward M. Kennedy, Charles Avila (president of Boston Edison Co.), and Glenn Seaborg (Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission) inside Totman Gymnasium in academic regalia during the processional of the Centennial Charter Day convocation.
(University Photograph Collection)

1963 Apr. 29