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In this powerful and at times humorous oral history, Dr. George Neff shares his experiences related to the Glassboro Summit (June 1967) and his subsequent goodwill visits to the Soviet Union during the Cold War. This oral history is part of the…
This document is the Responsibilities of citizens of Glassboro while at Russia.
Dr. George Neff presents President Johnson with the Ink drawing of Hollybush, this is the pair meeting in the Oval Office for the first time.
DR. GEORGE NEFF, Professor of Art at Glassboro State College created his first drawing of Holly Bush, in pencil, several years before the summit meeting. From this original work, two additional drawings were rendered in pen and ink during the…
Now! is a Glassboro State College Magazine realized bi-monthly, there is a total of four pages, on the first page of Volume 4, Number 9, titled GSC Pays Tribute to Johnson.
In this black and white photo Dr. George Neff and Governor Hughes of New Jersey give president Johnson the ink drawing of Hollybush created by George Neff.
Flyer for a lecture presented Dr. George Neff on Soviet Culture Through the Eye of an Artist. Presented on April 27, 1968 at spring conference in Princeton, N.J., Dr. Neff also discussed his painting gifted to President Johnson.
This item is the commencement program for the Class of 1968, during commencement President Johnson Addressed the class of 1968.