Tercentenary ceremonies at Harvard University, Cambridge. Overseers, faculty members and staff members of Harvard University attend the tercentenary ceremony. President of Harvard University James Conant speaks at the podium. President Conant talks about the necessary conditions required for the development of a national culture. The crowd applauds. The President says that they must have the spirit of tolerance which allows expression of all opinions. He speaks about the conditions necessary for material and intellectual progress of a nation. Further the President talks about the future of Harvard University. U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt can be seen briefly, seated on the stage, during the ceremonies.
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