London. Hodder and Stoughton. 1938. 12mo. 18cm, 37p., decorated tan linen, a fine copy, (cnltds). Item #38946
~ Lord Tweedsmuir was Governor - General of Canada from 1935 to his death in office in 1940. His speech enunciates the importance of a university education. "A university is not merely a wicket gate which, once passed, is no more thought of; it is something which should influence every stage of our life...I think of it as the Interpreter's House where we receive our viaticum for the road."