The new club house which is being built for the Harvard Club of New York by McKm, Mead, and White is nearly finished and will probably be ready for occupancy before the middle of May. The building is three stories in height. Its exterior is built in the colonial style, of Indiana lime-stone and red brick. On the middle of the upper story, between two white medallion windows is a square stone which bears the shield of Harvard. There are some two dozen rooms in the building. The cost will approximate $55,000. The sum was raised by subscriptions from the Harvard graduates in New York City and from various wealthy alumni in other parts of the country. The club itself has at present a membership of nearly seven hundred.
New York Harvard House.
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