The Harvard Crimson
St. Paul's Society.
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November 12, 1896
The meeting of the St. Paul's Society last evening, was addressed by the Rev. George A. Strong of Brockton. The address consisted of a definition of true religion, showing how closely it is related to every man's daily life.
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