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Alan Burr Overstreet, visiting lecturer at Harvard University, has been given a post as associate professor of Government at Smith College, Benjamin F. Wright, the College's President, announced recently.

Former assistant professor at Wesleyan University, Overstreet came to Harvard in 1947 for his Ph.D. His doctoral thesis in 1948, "Sovereignty in the Constitutions of Some International Organizations," won the Charles Sumner Prize. He received his A.B. degree in 1937 from the University of California and his M.A. degree in 1940 from Harvard.

Overstreet is a native of San Francisco and a son of H. A. Overstreet, author of the best seller. "The Mature Mind."

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