Dedication of Buildings
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Program of the Building Dedication Ceremony which presented the 6 main buildings of the Naval Postgraduate School as it was in 1956. Each building was named for a distinguished Naval officer or pioneering educator. Honorees include Fleet Admiral Ernest Joseph King, Rear Admiral Herman A. Spanagel, Rear Admiral William Hannum Grubb Bullard, Rear Admiral John Halligan, Ralph Eugene Root, PhD., and Rear Admiral Ernest Edward Herrmann. Each has a short biography included in the program to illuminate the selections. The program also is illustrated with an overhead view of the arrangement of the buildings. The principal address was given by the Honorable Charles S. Thomas, Secretary of the Navy.
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