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f^etel glad accept invitation give comnencement address June 4-th
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May 12, 1951

PERSONNEL

Mr, Marriner S. Eccles
Member, Federal Reserve Board
Federal Reserve Building
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Eccles:
Tour many friends on this campus are delighted to learn that you
are to deliver the Commencement address.
At this time you may be in need of the following information:
Commencement Day:

June Uth.

Academic procession:
Old Main.

To begin promptly at 9:30 A.M. in

Commencement Exercises:
the field House.

To begin promptly at 10 A.M. in

The matter of academic attire is left optional with the speaker. All
others will come in eaps and gowns. If you desire to address the graduates
in academic attire, w i U you please let me know your hat size and the size
suit which you wear.
This year over 1,000 degrees will be conferred at Commencement. This
will take considerable time. As you know, many traditional time-consuming
matters also have to be taken care of at Commencement. In brief, I am
leading up to the embarrassing question: Can you do justice to your mes­
sage within a period of twenty-five minutes? However, if your subject
cannot be adequately presented in such a short period, do not hesitate
to use all the time you need.
Our publicity department would appreciate a copy of your address
to be released on Commencement Dsgr if you can find the time to send an
advance copy.
Faculty members and students remember with satisfaction your last
visit to the campus and look forward to hearing you again on June lw




lours sincerely,

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Chairman of Commencement

Hay 22, 1951
Dear Mr. Chases
I acknowledge receipt of your letter of May 12, giving me the
details in connection with the Commencement Address I have agreed to give
on June 4.
I have a cap and gown which I got in 1943 at the time the
University of Utah gave me an Honorary LLD. It is stored somewhere in
Ogden, and if I decide to wear a cap and gown I will wear it if X can locate
it. Therefore, you need not bother about academic attire for me.
I note what you say about the time available for my address.
I will try to confine it to 25 minutes, but in no case will I go beyond
35 minutes.
With reference to sending you a copy of my address to be released
on Commencement Day, I doubt that I will be able to send an advanced copy as
I do not believe I will have an opportunity to finish writing my address in
time to send it to you before I leave Washington on June 3rd. I will have
some extra copies which I will give your publicity department on Commencement
Day if that will be of any assistance to them.
I assure you of ny appreciation for the opportunity to address the
graduating class of your school, and 1 will look forward to being with you at the
Exercises in Logan on June 4-th.

Sincerely yours,

M. S. Eccles.

Mr. Daryl Chase*
Chairman of Commencement,
Student Personnel,
Utah State Agricultural College,
Logan, Utah.




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May 23, I95 I

Mr. Marriner S. Eccles
Federal Reserve Building
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Eccles:
We are delighted that you will speak at the
Commencement exercises on June
The newspapers are asking already for an
advance copy of your address, I am reluctant to
make this request, ‘
but I may point out that it
is one way for the papers to write a more accurate
version of the news story "based upon it. When
they do not have an advance copy, they sometimes
produce rather garbled accounts.
If you would he so kind as to send me a copy
we will reproduce it and get it to the papers.
We look forward eagerly to your coming.

Carlton Culmsee, Dean
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May 25, 1951.

Mr. Carlton Culmsee,. Dean,
School of Arts and Sciences,
Utah State Agricultural College,
Logan, Utah.
Dear Dean Culmsee;
I am glad to note from your letter of May 23d that
you are delighted that I am to speak at the Commencement Ex­
ercises of the Utah State Agricultural College on June 4.
Relative to your request for an advanced copy of my
address, as I explained to Mr. Daryl Chase in my letter of
May 22d, I doubt that I will be able to send an advanced copy
as I do. not believe I will have an opportunity to finish writ­
ing r y address in time to send it before I leave Washington
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on June 3d. As 1 also advised Mr. Chase 1 will have some extra
copies with me which I will be glad to give to your publicity
department on Commencement Day if that will be of any assist­
ance.
Sincerely yours,

M. S. Eccles.

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June 13, I95I

Honorable Marriner S. Eccles
Federal Reserve Building
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Eccles:
Enclosed please find a check for $300 as an honorarium
for your fine commencement address.
We greatly appreciated your presence on the occasion
of our commencement, and we have had many fine comments on
your talk. We are printing several thousand copies of your
talk for distribution.
We hope you can be with us again.
Yours truly,

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Note:the check returned was numbered 239509, dated 6/11/51




June 19, 1951.

Dear Dr. Madsen;
I just received, your letter o * June 13, enclos­
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ing a check for $300 as an honorarium for my commencement
address. I have endorsed the check and am returning it to
you herewith.
I advised Mr. Chase that I had never accepted
compensation for any address, that I feel it inappropriate
for people in public service to do so. I suggested to him
that the money might be used as a scholarship for some
appropriate and worthy purpose in thé field of political
science. Whatever plan you work out with Mr. Chase for
the use of the money will be entirely agreeable to me.
I felt honored to have the opportunity to make
the commencement address to the graduates of the College
and I am pleased to know that what I had to say met with
approval.
Sincerely yours,

M. S. Eccles.

Hon. Louis L. Madsen,
President,
Utah State Agricultural College,
Logan, Utah.




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De&r Mi"* Ch&s«ì
In acoordaiic» with thè eoavarsatiioa m h&à
&tt e r thè Coatte®©«»©»t exercises oa Juae 4, I a a ft&vlxtg
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for«&rà«d to ycu umier esparate corer 300 copiss of
my addreas — it w&s ay uaderet&ncilng tbftt you w.isàed
to h?,v# %hsm co p ila f o r distribution to thè studente.
1 visa to t&aak you for givlag a e thè opportui
nity to aòàras® thè gr&dmtea. I felt It a great privilege. &sd enjoystì beln^ vitto you »XXI
Siaeerely yours,

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Hon. Marriner S. Eccles
Board of Governors of the
Federal Reserve System
Washington, D. C.
Dear Mr. Eccles:
We received today your endorsed check for $300 to be
used for scholarships in Political Science.

We are setting

this up for three $100 scholarships.
We appreciate your contribution very much.
see you when you return to Utah.

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July 9, 1951

PERSONNEL

Mr. Marriner S. Eccles
First Security Bank
Salt Lake City, Utah
Dear Mr. Eccles:
The mimeographed copies of your Commencement Address were
distributed to the U.S.A.C. faculty. Two thousand copies of
the address as printed have been mailed to U.S.A.C. alumni
and friends of the College.
I have a feu extra copies reserved for special requests
which keep coming to my office. If you desire copies in addition
to the five which I am enclosing, please let me know and I will
forward them to you.
As you leave your federal position, which you have served
with distinction for so long, I wish to congratulate you on
your past achievements and wish you continued success as you
return to your friends and your business interests in the West.
Yours sincerely,

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J u ly 20, 1951

Hr* Daryl Chase, Director
Student Personnel
Utah State Agricultural Collage
Logan, Utah
Dear Mr* Chaset
It was Indeed a pleasure to receive the five printed
copies of my addreas at the Coraaenceaent exercises of the
U*S*A.C.» and to learn that copies had been sent to the Alumni
and others* I considered it a privilege to talk at the exer­
cises, and feel you have been very kind to ae in making such
a wide distribution of ay remarks.
As you can well imagine, it is a great satisfaction to
know that ay friends here at ho®e approve of my public service.
I am grateful for these expressions* they add to the richness
of ay experiences in Washington during these raany years*
Kay you continue to have success and happiness in your
important work*

Sincerely yours.

Karriner S. Eccles
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