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Hen. C. J. Bonaparte '71 to Lecture

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The members of Government 1 will have an unusual privilege this morning in hearing at the regular lecture Hon. Charles J. Bonaparte '71, of Baltimore. Mr. Bonaparte was Secretary of the Navy in President Roosevelt's first cabinet and during the period 1906-1909 was Attorney-General of the United States. He served as an Overseer of Harvard College from 1891 to 1903. Mr. Bonaparte has been president of the National Municipal League and of the Civil Service Reform League.

The lecture will be open only to members of Government 1.

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