Communication.

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To the Editors of the Daily Crimson:

The following books have disappeared from the Evans Library; in several cases valuable sets are broken. It is possible that some of them have been carried away thoughtlessly, and are in the rooms of students who would be glad to return them. The loss is becoming very serious:

Bryce American Commonwealth, Vol. I; Cooper, American Politics; Cox, Three Decades of Congress; Doyle, English in America, Vol. III; Frothingham, Rise of the Republic; Van Holst, Calhoun; Van Holst, History of the United States, Vol. VI; Hosmer, Samuel Adams; Lodge, Hamilton; Lowell, Case of Dred Scott; Snow, Guide to U. S. History; Weed, Autobiography, Vols. I, II.

Very truly yours, DIRECTORS OF THE LIBRARY.