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Dr. Coolidge's Lecture.

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Dr. A. C. Coolidge will give the third in the series of afternoon lectures in Sever 11 this afternoon at 4.30. His subject will be "Africa." The talk will be a general one, with remarks on the nature of the country, recent explorations, and particularly modern political divisions and the recent controversy of England and France regarding the basin of the Upper Nile.

All the lectures in this series are open to the public, though they are primarily for students and their friends.

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