Harold Edward Stassen attended a luncheon celebrating Lit Brothers' donation to the University's Development Fund.
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Harold Edward Stassen discussed the Martin Project for campus expansion.
Former Penn President Harold Edward Stassen had nine unsuccessful runs for the Republican nomination for president.
The front page of the first Daily Pennsylvanian after Kennedy's death was devoted entirely to the former president.
Former University President *Sheldon Hackney* died of Lou Gehrig’s disease in his home in Martha’s Vineyard.
Sheldon Hackney sits in the grandstand at Boathouse Row.
Sheldon Hackney poses with honorary degree recipients at a Penn commencement.
Before coming to Penn, Sheldon Hackney was president of Tulane University.
Sheldon Hackney entertains an audience on the banks of the Schuylkill River.
Sheldon Hackney was inaugurated as Penn's sixth president in 1981.
Sheldon Hackney stands with his wife, Lucy, at a commencement ceremony.
Sheldon Hackney worked throughout his presidency to strengthen Penn's relationship with West Philadelphia.
The first-ever Spring Fling was held in 1973 in the Quadrangle and included an arts and crafts fair as well as square dancing.