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Radcliffe Notes.

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Mrs. Harriet Morse of Boston, has recently given $1000 for the Radcliffe Monograph Fund. This money will be used in conjunction with the fund for publishing in substantial book form the best theses that may be written by candidates for the degree of Ph.D. Ten theses have been published during the past fifteen years, the last one being by Kate Oelzner Petersen in 1898 entitled, "On the Sources of the Nonne Priestes Tale." Another gift received is that of *250 from Mrs. Eva Mackintosh of England, for which there is no specified use.

Owing to the present lack of room for classes, the Quincy School House on Mason street has been purchased by the college. This building will not be remodelled, as in its present form with one large room on each of the two floors it is admirably suited for recitation purposes. The building will be used exclusively for classes in botany.

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