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ms-0191.pdf
The third in a series of personal journals written by Suffolk University founder Gleason L. Archer.

ms-0190.pdf
A typed transcription of the second in a series of personal journals written by Suffolk University founder Gleason L. Archer.

ms-0189.pdf
The second in a series of personal journals written by Suffolk University founder Gleason L. Archer.

ms-0188.pdf
The first in a series of personal journals written by Suffolk University founder Gleason L. Archer.

soh-017_transcript.pdf
John Griffin, a former Suffolk University faculty member and trustee, discusses his role in the establishment of the university’s undergraduate programs in the 1930s, including the creation of the business school and the school of journalism. Griffin…

SOH-010_transcript.pdf
Kenneth Williams, an alumnus of Suffolk University Law School’s class of 1927, discusses his career at Suffolk including his working relationship with Hiram and Gleason Archer during the earliest years of the school. He reflects on his experiences…

soh-029_transcript.pdf
Dr. Robert J. Allison, a Professor of History at Suffolk University, reflects on his personal and professional accomplishments, as well as his teaching methods and relationships with past and present students, faculty, and administration. Professor…

SOH-027_transcript.pdf
Beatrice Snow, a former professor and chairperson in Suffolk University’s biology department discusses her early life, educational background, and her teaching career at Suffolk. She describes Suffolk’s evolution over the past four decades including…

ms-0186.pdf
Transcript of an audio address delivered by honoree Angelou at the Ford Hall Forum First Amendment Award, titled "The Responsibility to Speak for Freedom’s Sake."

ms-0185.pdf
Transcript of an audio address delivered at the Ford Hall Forum by author Sarah Vowell, titled "Assassination Vacation."

ms-0184.pdf
Transcript of an audio address delivered at the Ford Hall Forum by Paul Hawken and Steve Curwood. Talk titled "Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Movement in the World Came into Being, and Why No One Saw it Coming."

ms-0182.pdf
Transcript of an audio address delivered at the Ford Hall Forum by Garrison Keillor, titled "Pontoon: a Lake Wobegon Story."
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