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Telegram reads: To educate men and women for social and professional responsibility has been the goal of Bryant College during its first century. Your sustained and effective pursuit of this goal has produced mature, intelligent, broadly trained graduates -- well prepared to serve their communities and their nation. On the occasion of the Centennial Convocation, I am delighted to join such good friends of Bryant College as Senators Pastore and Pell, and Congressman Fogarty, in extending warm congratulations and best wishes to the faculty, students, alumni and to all those participating in this memorable event. I know you will find the words of Assistant Secretary of Labor Peterson and Congressman Fogarty both stimulating and informative, and I am delighted that these outstanding representatives of our government are with you today. With every good wish John F. Kennedy
Recommended CitationKennedy, John F., "Western Union Telegram from President John F. Kennedy on the occasion of the Centennial Convocation" (1963). Historical Documents (1863-). Paper 16.