The Harvard Crimson
Dr. Gordon's Lecture.
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November 12, 1896
Last evening in the lecture room of the Fogg Art Museum the Rev. Dr. George A. Gordon of New Old South Church, Boston, read a scholarly lecture on the "Immortality of Man." His reasoning appealed to the intelligence rather than to the heart.
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