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Removal of Dean Fenn's House

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An order giving Soley & Blair Company of Boston, the permission to move Dean Fenn's house, which now stands on Quincy street, has been signed by the mayor of Cambridge. This is the first step towards the building of President Lowell's new house. Work has already been begun. The university is going to divide the house into four sections, and the contractors will move these sections to Divinity avenue at point opposite the opening between Divinity Hall and the library.

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