George Hamid Addresses high school students in Hammonton, New Jersey, December 18, 1969

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This is a recording of George Hamid talking to high school students in Hammonton, New Jersey. During his speech, Mr. Hamid talks about his life as a child in Lebanon, his recruitment by the Buffalo Bill show, his financial growth made in the United States, and winning the Horatio Award. He also talks to the students about sacrifice, hard work, opportunities available to youth, and the moratorium on Vietnam.
Government, Law, Politics
Politics and Civic Life
Special Collections and University Archives
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7 in; 00:43:52 hh:mm:ss; 1/4" open reel tape
Spiro T. Agnew papers
Series 5: Audiovisual Materials, 1945-1980, Subseries 2
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Fedora 2 PID: umd:734796; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/45751; Catalog Key: 280; Filename: histmss-076732

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