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John Harwood, CNBC Chief Washington Correspondent, moderated the tribute to Henry Clay at Transylvania University. Transylvania University/Joseph Rey Au

   

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Transylvania University President R. Owen Williams poses with Speakers Boehner, Pelosi, and Hastert in front of a portrait of Henry Clay. Transylvania University/Joseph Rey Au

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John Boehner and Nancy Pelosi. Transylvania University/Joseph Rey Au

   

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Moderator John Harwood with Speakers Boehner, Pelosi, and Hastert. Transylvania University/Helena Hau

   

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Nancy Pelosi and Dennis Hastert. Transylvania University/Joseph Rey Au

   

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This photo is of a portrait of Henry Clay by Matthew Jouett. It hangs above the fireplace in the president’s office in Old Morrison. Transylvania University/Kurt Gohde

   

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The Haupt Humanities building clock tower is one of the most recognizable features of campus. Transylvania University/Mollie Eblen

   

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Old Morrison (1833) is the oldest building on campus and is home to many administrative offices. Henry Clay oversaw the construction and was the executor of the estate of Colonel James Morrison, who had left a sizeable amount of money to the university. Transylvania University/Joseph Rey Au

   

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Admissions ambassadors give campus tours and host prospective students on overnight visits. Transylvania University/Joseph Rey Au

   

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Haupt Humanities building. Transylvania University/Mollie Eblen

 

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