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The Bequest to Radcliffe.

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The bequest to Radcliffe College by the late Miss Ellen M. Barr of New Ipswich, New Hampshire, was inaccurately stated in yesterday's papers. By Miss Barr's will, the "Harvard Annex," now Radcliffe College, receives a residuary bequest amounting to between forty and forty-five thousand dollars, to "be applied in the form of annual scholarships of not less than $250 and not more than $300, for the benefit of students in the said 'Annex' who, in point of character, ability and physical constitution, give promise of future usefulness and who stand in need of pecuniary assistance."

If Radcliffe College should cease to exist, the fund is to be transferred to Bryn Mawr for the same purposes.

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