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A privately printed volume in memory of Marshall Newell '94, will be ready for distribution by the first of May. This volume is to contain the letter on Newell's death by Thomas C. Thatcher '82, a copy of the memorial letter drawn up by three of his classmates who knew him best, the sermon preached by Professor Peabody at the memorial service in Appleton Chapel, an article on Newell as he stood to the undergraduate of today by C. E. Morgan 3d '98, and passages from the diary selected and edited by Mr. Copeland. The volume will further contain several photographs of Newell and of the country described in his diary.
Though this volume can be only an imperfect token of the feeling entertained for Newell by the classes which have known him, it will yet be a means of fixing for future college generations an impression of the personality which the college has for years felt so deeply.
Of this volume, printed primarily for the class of '94, one thousand copies are to be struck off. These are to cost one dollar apiece, and may be had when ready by application to the publishers. The publishers have not been chosen yet. Any receipts above the cost of printing will be added to the fund for the memorial gate.
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