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Harper, Heber Reece, 1885-1969

 Person

DU Chancellor: 1922-1927.

Citation

Inauguration of Robert D. Coombe ... 2006 : p. 14 (Chancellors of the University of Denver, [4th], Heber Reece Harper, 1922-1927)

Citation

Breck, A.D. (1996). From the rockies to the world (pg.114); “New Chancellor is Seventh to Hold Office: Colorful History of University Had Beginning In Colorado Seminary,” The Denver Clarion, vol. 46, issue 1, September 10, 1941, page 4.
Speaks at DU Autumn Convocaation 1961.
Given the University $100,000 gift for the creation of a special garden reflecting concern fo the humanities (1961).

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Baccalaureate Service: Memorial Chapel, 1923 June 3

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Identifier: U138.0001.0017.00002
Abstract Program for the University of Denver Baccalaureate Service, delivered at the University of Denver Memorial Chapel, at two-thirty o'clock, Sunday afternoon, June third, Nineteen Hundred Twenty-three. Prayer led by The Reverend Henry A. Buchtel, Chancellor Emeritus, University of Denver, responsive reading--led by Chancellor Heber Reece Harper, Sermon given byby Bishop Charles L. Mead.
Dates: 1923 June 3

University of Denver Baccalaureate Service, 1925 May 31

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Identifier: U138.0001.0019.00002
Abstract Program for the University of Denver Baccalaureate Service. The sermon "The Test of Life" was given by Doctor George Lee Nuckolls, delivered at the University of Denver Memorial Chapel, at Three-thirty o'clock, Sunday afternoon, May Thirty-first, 1925. Prayer led by Chancellor Heber R. Harper.
Dates: 1925 May 31

University of Denver Baccalaureate Service, 1926 June 6

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Identifier: U138.0001.0020.00002
Abstract Program for the University of Denver Baccalaureate Service. The sermon "Educating Education" was given by Doctor Elmer Guy Cutshall, President, Iliff School of Theology, delivered at the University of Denver Memorial Chapel, at Three-thirty o'clock, Sunday afternoon, June Sixth, 1926. Prayer led by Chancellor Heber R. Harper.
Dates: 1926 June 6