Series 7 - Speeches

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Reference code

UTA 1590-7

Title

Speeches

Date(s)

  • 1985-2011 (Creation)

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Series

Extent and medium

0.35 m of textual records
2 VHS tapes ; 1 DVD ; 2 cassette tapes

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(1927-2011)

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Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

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Scope and content

Series primarily consists of the text and slides of speeches delivered to various groups in the latter decades of Dr. Mustard’s career, on a wide range of issues. Topics include health care, social determinants of health, technological change, economic and policy issues, the role of the university, innovation, social justice, and early childhood education.

The series also begins with a printout from a database kept to organize Dr. Mustard’s many speaking engagements (covering the years 1996-2011), and presentation abstracts covering the years 1989-2010.

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Accruals

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Open

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See also: See series 5 (travel files) and 8 (slides) for more records relating to presentations. Speeches relating to awards and honorary degrees may also be found in Series 1 and Series 3 (correspondence).

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B2011-0010/065-/068

Retrieval code

B2011-0010/009M-/014M

Retrieval code

B2011-0010/006S-007S

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