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By the gift of a friend who wishes the name to be kept secret, Radcliffe College is to erect a new gymnasium on Mason street next Fay House. At present the ground floor of the old building which formerly stood at 20 Mason street has been fitted up for a gymnasium, but has proved in no way adequate.
The plans for the new building have been prepared by the firm of McKim, Mead and White, and approved by the Corporation. It will be placed on the site of the two former buildings, which have been moved, and will be lengthwise to Mason street with one corner close to Fay House.
The building will be arranged with all modern apparatus, will contain a running track, a large exercise room on the second floor, etc. The contract has been signed and work will begin at once.
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