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The French government has recently presented some vases and two figure pieces, fine examples of Sevres porcelain, to the University. They are temporarily on exhibition in the Fogg Room of the Fogg Art Museum.
The valuable collection of classical antiquities which has been lent by Mr. James Loeb '88, of Munich, Germany, is about to be returned to him. As the bronze tripod was removed last year, the collection now comprises several handsome Greek vases, antique jars, various ornaments, and several remarkable specimens of Arretine pottery.
The Museum has also recently acquired a very beautiful lithograph of a "Nocturne," by Whistler, which will be added to the Gray collection.
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