The Charles William Eliot fund, which is being made up by subscriptions from Harvard graduates, amounts at present to $130,000. Two thousand and fifty graduates have already subscribed, but the trustees, in whose hands the money has been placed, hope that the fund will amount to $150,000 by May 19, when the President goes out of office. The fund is to be invested and held by the trustees for the benefit of President Eliot.
Charles William Eliot Fund $130,000
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