Yesterday morning Professor Norton bade Fine Arts 3 a last farewell. The students, hurrying through the last moments of a college year, may not fully appreciate the extent of their loss, and few who do realize it feel able to express their sense of its greatness. It will doubtless be long before the work which Professor Norton has been doing, and the influence which he has been exerting, will be done and exerted again. No one man will ever fill the place in the esteem of the undergraduates which he has occupied. For during the years of his teaching he has offered to hundreds of men who have found their way to Harvard an opportunity for coming into personal relations with literature and art-with the Fine Arts. He has helped students without end to a broader and more enlightened sense of the best that has been known and conceived in the world, and has always upheld the most noble and pure ideals of art and conduct.
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