Hungary '56 Reunion and Conference Bard
Hungary '56 Reunion and Conference



Archive of Hungary '56 documents

Hungarian article on Bard College's Hungary 56-57 alumni/ae reunion and conference

New York Times article "A Reunion of Refugees, Class of '57" - February 21, 2007

Susan Arbetter interviews Laszlo Bito, Susan Gillespie, and Frank Novak on WAMC's Roundtable, 14 February 2007

Julia Taylor's interview with Laszlo Bito and Bela and Martha Liptak-aired on 19 February 2007, WAMC's Northeast Report Hungarian Refugees Return to Bard

Almanac article "Strictly from Hungary"- February 15, 2007

Poughkeepsie Journal article "Tales of a Revolution"- February 17, 2007

Poughkeepsie Journal article "Conference reunites Hungarian refugees who were aided by school" - February 13, 2007

Daily Freeman article "Reunion and Reflection" - February 2007

Hudson Valley Magazine article "A Reunion of Revolution" - February 2007

Chronogram article "Memories of '56"- February 2007

Excerpt of "Education for the Common Good -  A History of Bard College...(1860-1960)" by Reamer Kline

Hungarian Refugees and U.S. Colleges and Universities: A Report on the Emergency Program to Aid Hungarian University Students in the U.S., 1956-1958, via Institute for International Education

President Eisenhower's correspondence with Harry James Carman concerning Bard College

President Eisenhower's Memorandum on Hungarian Refugees

January 7th, 1957 New York Herald Tribune photo of Bard Hungarian students

January 8th, 1957 New York Herald Tribune article on Bard Hungarian students

January 1957 New York Herald Tribune article "Reds' Lies Backfired in Hungary"

List of Books used by Bard Hungarian students in 1956-1957

January 13th, 1957 The New York Times Magazine "College-Bound- from Budapest" -

(Page One)

January 13th, 1957 The New York Times Magazine "College-Bound - from Budapest" - (Page Two)

November 8th, 1959 Poughkeepsie New Yorker "What America Means to Us"

Hungarian Student tentative orientation program January 1957

Note: Many of these files are in PDF form and may be easier to read when printed.