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Editors Daily Crimson:
Allow us, as editors of "The Harvard Portfolio," to add to the article which appeared in the CRIMSON of last Saturday, a word of explanation. The one thing which prevents every student from purchasing at the close of each collegiate year a large number of photographs of men and things that have interested him, is the expense involved. By recently improved processes it has now become possible excellently to reproduce photographs at a cost much below that of the originals. The function in the new publication is, then, to furnish in permanent form a representative collection of such reproductions. That "The Harvard Portfolio," therefore, may, from the start, adequately fulfill its mission, two things are necessary: first, an excellent quality of work, and, second, as complete a collection of illustrations as possible. The first we guarantee; the second must depend largely upon the encouragement we receive from the university. The publication should contain, beside the illustrations mentioned in your article, cuts of the graduating classes in the professional schools and of all notable organizations in the university. We purpose carrying out these ideas just as far as the support of the college warrants. Such propositions will be made to societies as will be favorably considered. What we need now is the immediate support of the college by subscriptions. By taking advantage of the temporary reduction in price, students will enable us to get at college sentiment and, therefore, to act with greater confidence.
E. L. KINYON, '90,W. H. WIGGIN, JR., '92.
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