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Grew To Speak

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Joseph Clark Grew '02, former Assistant Secretary of State and United States Ambassador to Japan from 1932 until the outbreak of war, will speak at the Faculty Club's annual dinner on Tuesday February 26. This meeting will be open only to members and their families. Of one of Grew's last official visits to the University, in May, 1948, he was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Law by President Conant.

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