Dr. Elmer Hewitt Capen, president of Tufts College, died of pneumonia yesterday morning. After graduating from Tufts in 1860 Dr. Capen spent a year at the Law School, and was admitted to the Massachusetts bar in 1863. He practiced law for a year, then studied for the ministry, which he entered in 1865. Ten years later he was elected to the presidency of Tufts College, which office he has held ever since.
President Elmer Hewitt Capen, D.D.
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