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20050125pict108

20050125pict108
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

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20050125pict114
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

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20050125pict111
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

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20050125pict119
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

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20050125dsc14
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

20050125pict120

20050125pict120
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

20050125dsc15

20050125dsc15
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2005-01-26 wpb

2005-01-26 wpb

The wealthy prince in the setting he prefers: Discussing his network of health, education and economic development projects throuhghout the world.

Source: 
Washington Post

2005-01-26 washbg

2005-01-26 washbg

The prince chats with Scully and his wife, Catherine Lynn.

Source: 
Washington Post

2005-01-26 wpd

2005-01-26 wpd
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2005-01-25 speech

2005-01-25 speech
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2005-01-25 award1

2005-01-25 award1
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2005-01-25 scully

2005-01-25 scully
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2005-02-03 pme5

2005-02-03 pme5
Source: 
Heritage Society Collection

2005-01-26 wpc

2005-01-26 wpc

The Aga Khan with National Building Museum Chair Carolyn Schwenker Brody before receiving the fifth Vincent Scully Prize at the museum last night for his decades-long efforts to reenergize design in the Islamic World and to preserve historic sites.

Source: 
Washington Post

2006-05-15-sipa001

2006-05-15-sipa001

May 15, 2006 New York, U.S.A.: SIPA - : H. H. The Aga Khan delivering the graduation address at the School of International and Public Affairs Columbia University.(SIPA)

Source: 
Heritage News

2006-05-15-sipa-003

2006-05-15-sipa-003

May 15, 2006 Columbia University, New York: H. H. The Aga Khan delivering the graduation speech. "The ultimate recourse in any democracy must be to the concept of popular sovereignty. But within that concept there is room for variation. One size need not fit all – and trying to make one size fit all can be a recipe for failure. "

Source: 
Heritage News


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