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Inauguration of Buell G. Gallagher, the seventh president

City University of New York. City College.

Inauguration of Buell G. Gallagher, the seventh president

[held at] the Great Hall of the College ... Thursday, February 19, 1953

by City University of New York. City College.

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Published by The College? in [New York? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gallagher, Buell G. -- 1904-,

  • Edition Notes

    StatementThe College of the City of New York, the City College.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p., [2] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22030239M

    Dr. Juan E. Mejia was inaugurated as Tyler Junior College's seventh president on Friday. Published 14th October TJC inauguration ceremony includes symbols of College’s history, values. College, by Buell G. Gallagher (New York: Columbia University Press), a discussion of racial and social problems. Other books of American history dealing with the Negro along with many problems should also be noted. The Dead Go Overside, by Arthur D. Howden Smith (New York: The Greystone Press).

    Folder President's reports to trustees: Buell G. Gallagher, circa Folder President's reports to trustees: Buell G. Gallagher, circa Folder President's reports to trustees: Arthur D. Gray, circa Folder President's reports to . President Buell G. Gallagher spoke at a mass youth rally Saturday in support of the indents sit-in strikes in the South in front of the Hotel Theresa, Seventh* A venae, th Street. - —^ — ' ~_" that we- should fight all attempts made by people. Other speakers at the rally in­ cluded Bernard Lee, who was ex-peiled from Alabama.

    by Buell G. Gallagher tomorrow evening at 8 p.m. in the Morris Dailey ofauditorium, in an open meeting of the American Associa-tion of University Women. His talk will center around the minority Gallagher, former president of Talladega Col-lege in Alabama, now teaches at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley. This article is within the scope of WikiProject Biography, a collaborative effort to create, develop and organize Wikipedia's articles about interested editors are invited to join the project and contribute to the instructions on how to use this banner, please refer to the documentation. Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale.


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Buell Gordon Gallagher () served as the seventh president of the City College of New York between and An ordained Congregational Minister, the Rev.

Gallagher was born in Rankin, Illinois to Elmer and Elma Mryel (Poole) Gallagher. He received his bachelor's degree at Carleton College inand divinity degree at Union Theological Seminary infollowed by a Preceded by: Harry N.

Wright. An important study of race and Black collegiate education by Buell G. Gallagher –, then president of Talladega College HBCU, a revision of his doctoral dissertation at Columbia.

An ordained Congregational minister, Gallagher later served as the seventh president of City College of New York. Chapter headings include “Prejudice at Work”; “The Caste System”; “Dilemmas of the. Inauguration of Buell G. Gallagher, the seventh president: [held at] the Great Hall of the College Thursday, Febru by City University of New York (Book); Events and ceremonies collection by City University of New York ().

Buell G. Gallagher The seventh president book Gordon Gallagher () served as the seventh president of the City College of New York between and An ordained Congregational Minister, the Rev. Gallagher was born in Rankin, Illinois to Elmer and Elma Mryel (Poole) Gallagher.

He received his bachelor's degree at Carleton College inand divinity degree at Union Theological Seminary in. College's seventh president.) By Edward Kosner Almost six years of steer­ ing the College through the Scylla of the' conservative Board of Higher Education and the Charybdis of the thrifty Board of Estimate would tax the resources of any man.

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WHEREAS, Dr. Buell Gordon Gallagher served as the seventh president of City College, from toguiding it through a period of high productivity, physical expansion and rising reputation;and. WHEREAS, He began his personal and professional life committed to the principles of.

11 rjfr.^"4- n OBSERVATIO i&qST W XHt No- 2 a8i«UNDERGRADUATE NEWSPAPER OF CCNY FEBRUARY Distinguished Guests Will View Gallagher Inaugural Tomorrow iy JERRY ROSEN Dr.

Buell Gordon Gallagher will be inaugurated as the seventh President of City College in special ceremonies tomorrow before an expected gathering. The second inauguration of George W. Bush as President of the United States took place on Thursday, Januat the West Front of the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.

This was the 55th inauguration and marked the beginning of the second and final term of George W. Bush as President and Dick Cheney as Vice President. The ailing Chief Justice William Rehnquist administered the. Buell G. Gallagher, United States Assistant Commissioner of Education, was unanimously elected the seventh president of City College at last night's meeting of the Board of Higher Education at.

Jim Bendat’s clever, concise, and humorous take on the quirky and curious history behind every presidential Inauguration, from George Washington in to the present. Written by a highly sought-after expert on the rituals, traditions, and lore of presidential inaugurations, Democracy’s Big Day: The Inauguration of Our President is that rare gem of a history book that informs.

CITY COLLEGE -- Inauguration Dr. Buell G. Gallagher will be inaugurated as the seventh president of City College in day-long ceremonies on Thursday. Ending 41 years on the board of directors of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Buell G. Gallagher has resigned as its.

Buell G. Gallagher appears in the following: Buell Gallagher Tuesday, J A college president comments on the current student protests.

Comment. extensive research and prepare a history book dealing with colored people in North Carolina Buell G. Gallagher, President of City College, New York, has resigned effective Aug to become chancellor of the State College System of California. He served from as president.

Buell G. Gallagher, president ofthe City College of New York. Rabbi Lookstein will again conduct ,underthedirec¬ tionofOscarJulius,willassistCantor Konigsberg. her,presidentofoneof thelargestcollegesinthecountry,is one of our most distinguished and yyearshe her.

Following is the text of the statement yesterday by Dr. Buell G. Gallagher announcing his resignation as president of City College: View Full Article in Timesmachine». The First Inauguration --Picking the Day --Getting to Washington --Coping with the Weather --On the Eve of Their Inaugurations --The Morning Procession --Installing the Vice President --Swearing in the President --The Inaugural Addresses --Receptions --The Inaugural Parades --The Inaugural Balls --Into the Twenty-First Century.

By Hal Cherry Dr. BueU Gallagher, newly elected president of th Collegee, plans to introduce himself to the student body at a program in Great Hall, tentatively jMuled for Thursday, October 9th, at P.M.

The program, suggested by an OP reporter be coeponsore, will d. President Buell G. Gallagher and Dean Emanuel Saxe will head the receiving line at the semi-annual President's and Deans* Reception to be held in Hansen Hall, Thursday, October 4 from Sigma Alpha, the honor serv­ ice society, will sponsor the re­ ception to enable freshmen and transfer students to meet mem­ bers of the administration.

The 43rd president was able to book some of the absolute biggest pop stars of the day, including Destiny's Child, Ricky Martin, Jessica Simpson.

Dr. Marshak's predecessor, Dr. Buell G. Gallagher, re signed during the crisis, and Dr. Joseph J. Copeland, a pro fessor of botany, served as acting president .