Staley School of the Spoken Word

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Staley School of the Spoken word (also known as "Staley School of Oratory", "Staley School", "Staley College") was a College in Brookline, Massachusetts that closed its doors in 1957. It was founded by Dr. Delbert Moyer Staley.[1]

Many aspiring leaders and politicians came to Staley, largely to polish their presence and presentation. The majority had already earned college degrees, some from institutions such as Harvard. One famous Harvard graduate to be graduated from Staley College of the Spoken Word, was future president John Fitzgerald Kennedy.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Monday, Feb. 12, 1951 (1951-02-12). "Education: Power Through Speech". TIME. Retrieved 2012-05-31. 
  2. ^ Darst, Guy (January 24, 2006). "Finding the 'R'". The Milford Daily News. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  3. ^ Tsiotos, Nick; Dabilis, Andy (2001). Running With Pheidippides. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. p. 63. ISBN 9780815607038. 
  4. ^ Axelrod, Alan (2015). Lost Destiny: Joe Kennedy Jr. and the Doomed WWII Mission to Save London. New York: Palegrave MacMillan. p. 68. 
  5. ^ Joan and Clay Blair (1976). The Search for JFK. Berkley Pub. Corp. 
  6. ^ Marquard, Bryan (December 20, 2007). "'Dapper' O'Neil, champion of personal politics, dies at 87". Boston Globe. Retrieved 31 May 2012. 
  7. ^ Lapomarda, Vincent A. (1995). The Boston Mayor who Became Truman's Secretary of Labor: Maurice J. Tobin and the Democratic Party. P. Lang. ISBN 9780820424484.