The contract for the Senior class photographs has been awarded to Tupper. He is the only official photographer recognized by the class, and photographs for the class album must be made by him. Each member of the class will be given two free sittings. All men who are planing to leave Cambridge at mid-years are requested by the committee to make appointments at once. From today until January 20, time will be reserved for them. Since the number of albums is limited by the number of applications received, each man who wishes an album is asked to sign for it, and make a deposit of $2 at his sitting at Tupper's. The price of the album will probably be $5, as in past years. It will also greatly help the committee if the men will fill out blanks, provided at Tupper's, giving their class lives. 1906 PHOTOGRAPH COMMITTEE.
Senior Photograph Notice
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