New Decorations at Union
In repairing the Union last summer several thousand dollars more than has ever been spent on decorating was expended upon the magazine, writing and quiet rooms, and upon other parts of the building.
A cheerful cream thin was substituted for the depressing green of former years on the walls of the above-mentioned rooms, and all the pictures were removed. choice of new mural decoration will probably be in the hands of Professor P.J. Sachs of the Fogg Art. Museum, and they may include several replicas of famous tapestries now in the possession of the museum.