The gates at the front entrance of Dunster House, presented by Chauncey Devereux Stillman '30 in memory of his father, Charles Chauncey Stillman '98, will be erected as soon as some delayed paris arrive it was learned yesterday from C. N. Greenough '98, Master. Parts of the Dunster crest are embodied in the large center gate, which has the inscription on it and is flanked by two side portals.
The two old stones, which arrived some time ago at Dunster House, are as yet uninstalled due to some unforeseen delay. They are the gift of Magdalene College, Cambridge, which Henry Dunster attended. The stones are to be set into a niche in the vestibule outside the main dining room.