An exhibition of school and college work, under the auspices and in the rooms of the Boston Architectural Club, 2 Ashburton Place, will begin Saturday and will continue for the remainder of the month. Exhibits of the work of Harvard, Columbia, Cornell, University of Pennsylvania, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Rhode Island School of Design will be shown. The best of the recent pen and brush exhibit at the Union will be sent as Harvard's representation. The exhibition will be open to the public free of charge.
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