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The rapid growth of the Museum of Comparative Zoology and its increasing usefulness is very gratifying. Gratification at its welfare, however, is modified in recalling its losses in the death of Dr. Slade and of Professor Whitney, whose influence for good to the University did not cease at his death, but through the valuable library which he left to the Museum, will continue.

It is to be hoped that among Harvard's many graduates some benefactor may be found who will furnish the means to provide the much needed marine laboratory and to complete the wing of the Museum building devoted to the Peabody Museum.