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Yard to be Beautified.

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Mr. F. L. Olmsted '94, instructor in Landscape Architecture, has made definite plans to improve the appearance of the Yard with additional shrubberies and trees. This step was made possible by the gift of $15,000 for the purpose from Mr. G. F. Peobody of New York last fall. Work will begin as soon as the weather permits. Low shrubs, wistarias, and different vines will be planted about the new fence and in greater profusion about the gates, in order to increase the privacy of the Yard as well as add to its beauty. Shrubs and vines will be planted also about Robinson Hall and later about buildings not yet decided upon. In the space between Robinson Hall, Sever Hall and Quincy street, several oaks will be planted from time to time. The main part of the Yard between Holworthy and Grays will not be altered.

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