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Harvard Men in Congress

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Of the sixteen members of the present Congress from Massachusetts the following eight are Harvard men: Frederick Huntington Gillett, LL.B. '77, Republican, of Springfield; Thomas Chandler Thacher '82, Democrat, of Yarmouth; Samuel Ellsworth Winslow '85, Republican, of Worcester; Augustus Peabody Gardner '86, Republican, of Hamilton; Andrew James Peters '95, Democrat, of Boston; Michael Francis Phelan '97, Democrat, of Lynn; William Francis Murray '04, Democrat, of Boston; John Jacob Rogers '04, Republican, of Lowell. Of the two United States Senators one is a Harvard graduate, Henry Cabot Lodge '71, Republican, of Boston, and the other, Winthrop Murray Crane h.'03, Republican, of Dalton, has received an honorary degree.

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