Annual Inter-Society Debate 1893

Fri., Apr. 14, 1893

The Belles Lettres Literary Society went up against the Union Philosophical Society in the annual contest, which was held on Friday, April 14th, 1893 in Bosler Memorial Hall. The topic to be debated was: That the present condition of the United States demands the absolute prohibition of all immigration for a period of five years. The Belles Lettres took the affirmative, while the Union Philosophical Society took the negative.

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1893 Annual Inter-Society Debate Program