Address to the board of trustees

December 1996
Journal of Parapsychology;Dec96, Vol. 60 Issue 4, p335
Academic Journal
Presents an address to the Board of Trustees, Foundation for the Research on the Nature of Man, given by Terry Sanford at Duke University on December 6, 1978, about the history of the university.


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