Nina Mae Kellogg lecture
William Stafford, an American poet and noted pacifist, won the 1963 National Book Award for Poetry for his book, Traveling through the Dark. Stafford taught at Lewis & Clark College, and in 1975 was named Poet Laureate of Oregon.
The lecture was introduced by E. Dean Anderson and preceded by the bestowal of two scholastic awards for excellence in English.
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Stafford, William Edgar, ""Getting Our Language Back"" (1974). Special Collections: Oregon Public Speakers. 126.