G. D. Guggenheim '29 has given the Harvard Union a valuable collection of 11 heads of East African animals. Guggenheim had them mounted for the Union last Fall, when he returned from his trip in Northern Tanganyika.
Among the nine heads mounted for wall display are five specimens of Impalla, Topi, and Waterbuck. A lion and a leopard skin rug will be hung in each side reading room, where the other heads will also be placed. They are now on display in the main reading room of the Harvard Union.