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Memorial Society Records.

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The Memorial Society has practically completed the clerical part of its plans to place in each room in Hollis, Holworthy and Stoughton a list of the former occupants. From the Bursar's records and old University catalogues lists have been compiled, extending back to the building of Stoughton and Holworthy in 1805 and 1812, respectively, and for Hollis as far back as 1803.

At the next meeting of the Society the form to be used in printing the lists will be decided. Proof sheets will then be sent to all occupants of the rooms who survive, and the lists when corrected will be framed and hung in each room, beginning with Hollis and taking one building at a time. It is hoped to have the work completed by Class Day.

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