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Harvard '61 Reunion in Brooks House

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The class of 1861, following the custom of classes fifty years out, will hold its Commencement Day Spread in Phillips Brooks House. To this reception there will be invited besides the College officials, men receiving honorary degrees, all graduates of classes preceding 1861, and the sons of men of the last named class.

This class, which numbered 115 men and was one of the earliest to pass the 100 mark, contained many notable men, of whom the following named, twenty-five in number, are now alive: John Bigelow, Charles Lee Bixby, Allan Foster Boone, Herman Francis Brashear, Elihu Chauncey, John Doggett Cobb, Charles Alonzo Cooper, Frank Warren Hackett, Norwood Penrose Hallowell, Alpheus Holmes Hardy, Oliver Wendell Holmes, David Francis Lincoln, Joseph Hetherington McDaniels, James Rundlet May, George Herman Powers, John Ritchie, Wesley Caleb Sawyer, Joseph Herbert Senter, Edward William Sanborn, James Kent Stone, Richard Stone, Charles Storrow, James Putnam Walker, Stephen Williams Whitney, and James Edward Wright.

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