The following articles of clothing were received from the spring clothing collection taken last week: 125 suits, 5 overcoats, 150 pairs of shoes, 75 shirts, together with pajamas, a large quantity of underwear, socks, neckties and gloves and 75 hats and caps. Over 300 pounds of magazines and text-books were also received. This has been distributed as follows: one case of clothing to Booker T. Washington at Tuskegee; one case to the Seamen's Friend Society for shipwrecked sailors, Boston; one case to the Cambridge Associated Charities; one case to the Cambridge City Missionary; one box to the Cambridge Institution for the Blind; one case of shoes to the North Bennett Street Industrial School; derby hats to the Salvation Army. A quantity of the best clothing was held for students in need. Of the magazines one box was sent to the Cambridge Hospital, one to the Holy Ghost Hospital, one to the Cambridge jail, and a quantity to the Cambridge City Missionary. The text-books were placed on the shelves of the text-book loan library.
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