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Tribute to Alberto Regina (1958)

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Tribute to Alberto Regina (1958)
This pamphlet, titled “Homenaje a la memoria de Alberto Regina,” was published by the Buenos Aires YMCA in 1958 as a tribute to Alberto Regina on the tenth anniversary of his death. The first page has a schedule of the memorial followed by a picture of Regina. The remainder of the pamphlet has the transcripts of three speeches about Regina’s life and work. The first is by Franz C. Pearson, the second by Cesar Buzzio, and the last by Alejandro V. Calegari. This item is part of the Alberto Regina Scrapbook - Later Years, page forty-five:
Buenos Aires Asociacion Cristiana de Jovenes
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Alberto Regina Papers d
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Springfield College--Alumni and alumnae
International Young Men's Christian Association College
International Young Men's Christian Association
Regina, Alberto
MassachusettsHampden (county)Springfield
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Buenos Aires Asociacion Cristiana de Jovenes
Alberto Regina was born on August 3, 1900 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He graduated from the College of the South American YMCA in 1924. Regina worked as a physical education director in Chile and Argentina, and as the technical advisor for the Argentine Federation of Sport. He also coached the Argentina water polo team in the 1928 Olympics. In 1930, Regina attended Springfield College for graduate study. He died from surgery complications on January 24, 1948.
Part of the Alberto Regina Scrapbook - Later Years, page forty-five:
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