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March Bequest.

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By the will of Charles Dudley March, '80, who died very suddenly in Paris a few years ago, the college has received recently a library of about one thousand volumes, together with a lot of pictures. The books are all excellent editions of standard authors, and are bound well. Mr. March was a student of the Romanic languages, so that French, Spanish and Italian literature are well represented.

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