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Dormitory on Mt. Auburn St.

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Work on a new dormitory to be erected on Mifflin Place, opposite Craigie Hall, on Mt. Auburn street, will begin the first of next week. The building which is designed by Nathan Douglas will be built by the owner, Mr. Henry Green, and will be a four story brick edifice, surrounding a rectangular court 50 by 20 feet. It will contain thirty suites, each fitted with a bath, fire-place, electric lights, and telephone. The basement will contain a billiard room and cafe and will be connected with Eliot Hall, which is now nearly completed on Mifflin Place, by an underground passageway. The building will probably be finished next August.

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