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American School at Rome.

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Mr. G. D. Kellogg of Yale University recently wrote to the Yale Alumni Weekly on the condition of the American School at Rome. He said in part:

The American School at Rome, now in its fifth year, as a representative American institution in a foreign land and dependent upon Americans very largely for its support justly claims the interest of all our universities. It has passed the experimental stage and already endowment funds are being quietly collected which will put the school on a sound financial basis. It is growing in every direction. The library is admirably selected and constantly receiving valuable additions.

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