PORTRAIT OF JACKSON GIVEN AT LEVERETT HOUSE DINNER
An oil portrait of George Jackson, retired Leverett House janitor, was presented to the House last night by the artist, Keith Martin, one-time Rabbit and husband of Barbara Madden, leading lady of "Knicker-bocker Holiday." The occasion was a House dinner given in honor of Jackson.
Perry G. E. Miller, assistant professor and resident tutor in History and Literature presided in the absence of Kenneth B. Murdock '16, Master of the House. J. Spence Harvin, chairman of the House committee gave Jackson a humidor as a gift from the undergraduate members of Leverett House, and the poetry-writing janitor was also presented with a testimonial bearing the Rabbit escutcheon and the signatures of the 300 diners. Jackson had been janitor of the House since it was founded eight years ago.