GREENOUGH SHOWS FINISHED HOUSE TO WORKER'S CHILD
Professor Chester Noyes Greenough '98, master of Dunster House, tells how ho was aroused from his study one night this fall by a ring at the doorbell to find a workman at the door with his small daughter. The man explained to Professor Greenough that ho had helped in the stoel construction of the House and wondered if he might show his daughter how it looked inside when all completed.
Professor Greenough complied with the request and showed the man about the premises. The story illustrated the fact that while the building of the Houses was made possible by the Harkness gift, the success of the actual construction was in a great part due to the pride with which the steel workers, wood carvers and others performed their work.