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Lists of the past occupants of the rooms in Hollis, Stoughton, and Holworthy have lately been completed by the Memorial Society. In Hollis and Stoughton the records are complete as far back as 1805, and in Holworthy from 1812. The Society purposes to have placed in each room of these dormitories, and in the corridors, a list of all the former occupants. A copy has been sent to each former occupant with an invitation to subscribe a portion of the expense of the work. As soon as the amount necessary to cover the expense of any one room has been subscribed by the former occupants, the list will be placed within the room, appropriately framed, and covered with glass. The work will be left so that additions can be made at every change in occupancy.

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