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The class of '81 at Princeton has decided to present to the college a set of casts of mediaeval and modern sculptures gathered from all parts of the world. In order to make the collection as valuable as possible to the school of art to which the collection is presented the professors of that department have been requested to compile the sculptures sufficient to fill the first floor of the new art building. The collection will be in the same general line of work as the Boston Art Museum and the Slater Memorial of Norwich, differing from these collections in making all three collections co-operative in the advance of Romanesque, Gothic, Egyptian and Assyrian sculpture. The class of '81 in making this gift is keeping up with the old custom that each class ten years after graduation place some memorial stone or building on the campus as a monument of the generosity of the class.

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