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This well-known site, full of resources and speeches, is run by Michael Eidenmuller from the University of Texas (Tyler)
Promotes the scientific study of nonverbal communication, which includes body movement, gesture, facial expression, adornment and fashion, architecture, mass media, and consumer-product design.
Contains audio of a number of well-known and famous speeches.
From the Scripp's Library at the University of Virginia. "These speeches all have transcripts, and some are available in their entirety in audio or video."