Concise Encyclopedia of Tufts HistorySauer, Anne
Moses True Brown Prize, 1903
|The Moses True Brown Prize, established in 1903 by Moses True Brown, who was Tufts College's first professor of oratory (from 1866-1890), is awarded, whenever a suitable candidate appears, to a senior majoring in drama who combines high achievement in dramatic scholarship with a strong potential for successful teaching in the field of dramatic literature, criticism, and theater history.|
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