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Chancellor Dunning Trust Lectures collection
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- Queen's University. Office of the Vice-Principal (Academic)
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63 audio cassettes
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The Chancellor Dunning Trust was established in 1946 by an anonymous donor who gave $100,000 to Queen's University to establish a permanent tribute to Chancellor Charles A. Dunning. The income from the Trust is to be used "to promote understanding and appreciation of the supreme importance of the dignity, freedom and responsibility of the individual person in human society."
The Trustees of Queen's University agreed that this goal may best be accomplished by bringing to Queen's distinguished speakers who would give public lectures and who would also meet with classes, groups and individuals at Queen's and in the local community.
Recordings have been transferred through various individuals and offices over many years.
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The collection consists of recordings from the Chancellor Dunning Trust Lectures.
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See also the William Everett McNeill fonds for earlier recordings of the Dunning Trust Lectures.
Further accruals are expected