Several shelves of books from his own library have recently been given to the Poetry Room of the Harvard College Library by G. H. Palmer '64, Alford Professor of Natural Religion, Moral Philosophy, and civil Polity, Emeritus. Included in the collection is a series of English poets believed to have been in the possession of John Ruskin. Professor Palmer has at various times made other gifts to the Library, especially to the Philosophy department, and also to Wellesley College, of which his wife, Alice Freeman Palmer, was first president.
PROFESSOR PALMER AGAIN ENRICHES WIDENER LIBRARY
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