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President Lyndon B. Johnson in June 1967. This film is from the LBJ Library moving picture collection created by the White House Naval Photographic Unit, aka the Navy Films. The films consist of monthly reports on the activities of President and Mrs.…
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President Ronald Reagan was invited to speak at the 1986 Glassboro High School commencment. The event took place on June 19, 1986 at 5:30 pm. In his opening remarks, he referred to Gov. Thomas Kean; George Beach, Jr., president, Glassboro School…
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President Ronald Reagan was invited to speak at the 1986 Glassboro High School commencment. The event took place on June 19, 1986 at 5:30 pm. The President spoke at 5:30 p.m. in the Glassboro  High School gymnasium. In his opening remarks, he…
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An article describing Doris Kearns Goodwin's lecture on presidential leadership before an audience of about 400 students, faculty and fans in the Eynon Ballroom at Rowan University. The speech was part of the university’s yearlong celebration of the…
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This malachite box was given to President Lyndon B. Johnson by the Soviet Premier Aleksey N. Kosygin. It was presented to Johnson during the Glassboro Summit between June 23-25, 1967. The maker is unknown. This box is described with a gilt bronze…
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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…
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Drawing of Dr. George Neff While in Russia done by artist native to the country, they drew each other and exchanged the photos.
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This document is the Responsibilities of citizens of Glassboro while at Russia.
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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.
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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…
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