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Toynbee, Arnold J.

 Person

Noted historian speaking at the University of Denver (1961).
Joins Hisotry Staff at DU, Spring Quarter 1963.
Delivering an address at Convocation (1964).

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 57, 1961 May 19

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Identifier: clarion_v037i57_19610519
Overview Honorary Doctorates Given to Educators, Hotel Official. 1961-62 Senate Names Pound New President. Law Students are Initiated into Honorary. Music Students Give Concert. Students Can Get Free Admissions to Toynbee Talk. ODK Initiates New Members.
Dates: 1961 May 19

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 59, 1961 May 26

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Identifier: clarion_v037i59_19610526
Overview IFC Presents Awards. Amendments All Approved. Kenneth Wilkins, Norbert A. Kemp Recognized at Engineers Convocation. New Senates Holds First Official Meet. Student Y Confab. Toynbee Moved. Officers Selected. 10 Days Until Finals.
Dates: 1961 May 26

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 60, 1961 May 31

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Identifier: clarion_v037i60_19610531
Overview CC Convocation Reveals Honors. Summer Student May Keep Up His Health Insurance. “Has History Any Meaning?” Asks Controversial Toynbee Tomorrow in First Lecture. Book Endowment Forms Memorial to R. Brownson. “Crash” Campbell to Show Movies in Carnegie Today. BC Poetry Prizes Presented Friday in Buchtel Chapel. WIHC Picks Presidents. Prize-Winning Poets Pictured.
Dates: 1961 May 31

The Denver Clarion, vol. 37, issue 61, 1961 May 2

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Identifier: clarion_v037i61_19610502
Overview 400 Hear Toynbee – History Does Make Sense if it Lacks Self Destruction, Answers Famed Historian. 15 Honor Seniors Graduate During June 9 Commencement. CCC K-Book Distribution. Chapel Committee Stresses Need for Continued Growth.
Dates: 1961 May 2

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 14, 1963 November 5

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Identifier: clarion_v068i14_19631105
Overview Dr. Toynbee Joins History Staff Spring Qtr. Houser Says African Freedom and Portuguese Possessions Vital. Three Seniors, Junior Tapped for Membership in Phi Beta Kappa. Smith New Frosh Engineering Representative After Mix-Up. Madame Nhu’s Father, Former Ambassador, to Speak Here as Part of U.S. Lecture Tour.
Dates: 1963 November 5

The Denver Clarion, vol. 68, issue 15, 1963 November 8

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Identifier: clarion_v068i15_19631108
Overview Dr. Toynbee Here Fall Quarter 1964. “If Vietnam Falls, Southeast Asia Falls” Warns Former Vietnamese Official. State Dept. Offers Intern Programs. Bulletin. Faculty to Display Talents, Creativity. Lack of Apparent Interest Cancels Denver Hootenanny. Identification Cards Ready for New, Returning Students.
Dates: 1963 November 8

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 12, 1964 October 27

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Identifier: clarion_v069i12_19641027
Overview Greek Week Climaxes with Show, Race, Ball. Requirements – Language Must for MA. Mock Presidential Election. DU Stage Band. Outstanding Alumna. Court to Function in Advisory Post for DU Students. A Showdown – Toynbee, McNeil Discussion Series Planned.
Dates: 1964 October 27

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 20, 1964 November 24

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Identifier: clarion_v069i20_19641124
Overview On the ’64 K-Book…Colvin Given Ultimate by Board. Bizad Meeting Today to Hear Views on the Code. SAE’s First Sadie Hawkins’ Day Frozen by the Weather. Undefeated SAEs Battle Alpha Gams in Final Bowl Meet. Delegates Scrutinize “Mortar Board in Proper Perspective”. Toynbee’s Closing Speech Mon. Nite; Tickets Required. IFC Extends Role With New Special Events Committee. Vespers Service Adds Dimension on Thurs., Dec. 3. AWS Elections. Registration.
Dates: 1964 November 24

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 4, 1964 September 29

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Identifier: clarion_v069i04_19640929
Overview Convocation – Dr. Toynbee Delivers Address. Lindell Attacks Campers’ Values; Derides Fun-Seeking Way of Life. Freshman Camp Panelists Push DU’s Cultural Outlets. Admissions Office Reports 6843 Enrollment Figure. AUSA Petitions Due Friday. College Called Academic Morass.
Dates: 1964 September 29

The Denver Clarion, vol. 69, issue 5, 1964 October 2

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Identifier: clarion_v069i05_19641002
Overview Election Petitions Due Noon Today for AUSA Offices. Senate Discusses Leadership Conference, Hires Secretary. Tri-fold System – Toynbee Examines Plan of Action. Linder Leaves for Gala White House Reception.
Dates: 1964 October 2