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Gifts to the Annex.

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The Annex library has been increased by a generous gift of books from Professor William P. Atkinson of the Institute of Technology, who has in former years contributed a number of important classical texts, comprising more than one hundred volumes. The present gift numbers two hundred and twenty five books and maps, and includes a set of the works of Jean Paul Richter in twenty volumes, the works of Lessing in fifteen volumes, Kiepert's "Atlas von Hellas," a set of Bretschneider's wall-maps, and many classical texts, dictionaries, etc.

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