/ Clark Kerr speaking to audience at first convocation
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Scope/Content: President Clark Kerr is at the rostrum in this convocation scene, September 26, 1965. Faculty and distinguished guests are also on stage. Parents and friends filled the hall to capacity of over 2,000. Speakers were Cecil E. Hoffman, D.D., executive secretary of the University Interfaith Council; President Kerr, Regent Philip L. Boyd; James B. Hall, professor of English; Diane Holt, student; and Chancellor Aldrich.