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Harvard University Handbook

An Official Guide to the Grounds, Buildings, Libraries, Museums, and Laboratories, with Notes on the History, Development, and Activities of all Departments of the University

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ISBN 9780674184206

Publication Date: 01/01/1936

262 pages

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Designed primarily as a convenient guide book to the University for summer visitors and Tercentenary guests, this little volume resembles Baedeker in providing much incidental historical and architectural description. A completely up-to-date treatment, it gives a concise description of the material in the principal Museums of the University. The numerous illustrations will help the reader at a distance to gain a comprehensive idea of the grounds and buildings of Harvard. To those contemplating a trip to the University, it will of course be indispensable.

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