Thomas J. Murray, Address at the Dedication of University Library, 1967
Thomas J. Murray served for 33 years at Eastern Michigan University in a variety of roles, most notably as head of the Department of Communication and Theater Arts. In this humorous address from 1967, Murray dedicates the new University Library by reading a fictional agreement to be signed by both faculty members and Librarians. This agreement highlights many of the complaints that faculty and librarians have about each other, and has the room in stitches.
University Library, academic interest groups, humorous anecdote
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Murray, Thomas, "Thomas J. Murray, Address at the Dedication of University Library, 1967" (1967). Speeches. 34.