IT has been suggested to us by a graduate, who has been interested in looking up the associations connected with one of our oldest buildings, that it would be a pleasant and interesting custom if each occupant of a room were to inscribe his name, with some appropriate legend, on a tablet of some kind, when leaving it. These tablets might be kept under glass, on some convenient wall of the room, and, at a future time, might be very interesting. At Oxford is still shown, with pride, the autograph of Addison, rudely carved on a wall; and we hope that no one is so Nation-tinged in mind as to say that we are to produce no more eminent men at Harvard.
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