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Rice, John Wesley

 Person

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Baccalaureate Address University of Denver, 2 June, 1972 4:00 pm by Maurice Mitchell, Chancellor, 1972 June 2

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Identifier: U138.0003.0013.00004
Overview Text of the Baccalaureate Address University of Denver, 2 June, 1972, 4:00 p.m., delivered by Maurice Mitchell, Chancellor of the University.
Dates: 1972 June 2

Baccalaureate Address University of Denver, 8 pm 6/5/70 June, 1972, by Maurice B. Mitchell, 1972 June 2

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Identifier: U138.0003.0013.00005
Overview Text of the Baccalaureate Address University of Denver by Maurice B. Mitchell, Chancellor, delivered at the University of Denver, 8 pm 6/5/70.
Dates: 1972 June 2

John Rice

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Identifier: U201.02.0140.0041.00003
Overview Black and white portrait of University of Denver Dean John Wesley Rice, father of United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Dates: 1969-1980

John Rice Speaking at Poverty Breakfast

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Identifier: U201.02.0140.0041.00002
Overview Black and white print of University of Denver Dean John Wesley Rice speaking at a "Poverty Breakfast" event on Carnegie Lawn on the campus of the University of Denver.
Dates: 1969-1980

John Rice with John Love

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Identifier: U201.02.0140.0041.00001
Overview Black and white print of University of Denver Dean John Wesley Rice with Colorado Governor John Love and an unidentified man.
Dates: 1969-1980

Photograph of William Driscoll and John Wesley Rice, Jr., 1954-1983

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Identifier: U201.01.0086.0018.00004
Overview Black and white photographic image of William T. Driscoll (professor and associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Denver) and John Wesley Rice, Jr., (assistant dean at DU) undated and at an unidentified place.
Dates: 1954-1983

Program for The University of Denver Baccalaureate Service, June 4, 1971, 1971 June 4

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Identifier: U138.0003.0013.00003
Overview Program for the University of Denver Baccalaureate Service for the Graduating Class of 1971, eight o'clock Friday, June 4, 1971, at the Quadrangle of Margery Reed Hall.The baccalaureate address delivered by John Wesley Rice, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Denver, an ordained Presbyterian Minister.
Dates: 1971 June 4

Rice, John W. Photos - Religious Services, 1969-1980

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Identifier: U201.02.0140.0041
Overview Images of John Wesley Rice Jr., assisant vice-chancellor of the University of Denver: 17 black and white prints, including Rice speaking at a Black Experience event; speaking at a "Poverty Breakfast"; receiving a doctorate from Williams University with Charles Hunt and Ross Pritchard; and with Gov. John Love. 8 sets of black and white negatives with contact sheets, including Rice speaking on a civil rights panel at a Black Experience event. 4 sets of black and white negatives without contact...
Dates: 1969-1980

University of Denver Assistant Dean John Wesley Rice Speaks at Woodstock West Protest , May 5th-13th 1970

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Identifier: M473.01.001.0060
Overview John Wesley Rice, Assistant Vice Chancelor of the University of Denver (DU) and Assistant Dean to The college of Liberal Arts, speaks at a podium on a stage . as part of a multi-day Vietnam War protest nicknamed "Woodstock West" that took place both on the DU campus and downtown Denver, Colorado. Protesters mourn the killings of four students on the Kent State University campus days earlier.
Dates: May 5th-13th 1970

University of Denver Woodstock West Protest Students sit on Stage with Chancellor Mitchell and John Wesley Rice Jr. , May 5th-13th 1970

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Identifier: M473.01.002.0056
Overview University of Denver (DU) protesters on stage with John Wesley Rice, Assitant Dean to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Chancellor Maurice Mitchell as part of a multi-day Vietnam War protest nicknamed "Woodstock West" that took place both on the DU campus and downtown Denver, Colorado. Protesters mourn the killings of four students on the Kent State University campus days earlier.
Dates: May 5th-13th 1970