Charles W. Hunt, Centennial Address, 1949
Charles W. Hunt served effectively in many capacities at State University College at Oneonta, and in this address, given at the 1949 Michigan State Normal College Centennial Celebration, Hunt states that the influence of MSNC has been felt around the world by virtue of the training given teachers at the college. In a democratic culture, says Hunt, normal colleges like MSNC are vital instruments in the furthering of knowledge and growth of all citizens.
Michigan State Normal College, Eugene B. Elliott, Charles W. Hunt, normal college
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Hunt, Charles, "Charles W. Hunt, Centennial Address, 1949" (1949). Speeches. 12.