President Lowell has been named by the "American Hebrew" as one of the three Christians to be honored for their promotion of better understanding between Christians and Jews in America in 1929. President Butler of Columbia and John D. Rockefeller Jr. are the other two. Presidents Lowell and Butler are honored because it was at their invitation and under the aegis of Harvard and Columbia that seminars on Protestant-Catholic-Jewish relations are held during the year.
HONOR PRESIDENT LOWELL IN "AMERICAN HEBREW"
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