Governor Crane recently sent to the executive council his nominations for the members of the committee, to be appointed under the acts of 1901, to determine and report upon the feasibility and advisability of constructing a dam across the Charles River, between Boston and Cambridge. The commissioners nominated are Henry S. Pritchett, president of M. I. T., Samuel S. Mansfield, of the United States Army, and Richard H. Dana '74, of Cambridge.
Charles River Dam Commissioners.
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