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Leatherbee Lectures Founded

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By the terms of the will of the late George H. Leatherbee, of Brookline, the residue of his estate reverts to Harvard University, to establish the George H. Leatherbee Lectures, a series of lectures to which the public shall be admitted, as well as the students. The instruction given is to be in the subjects of Commercial Business and Finance. According to the terms of the will, if at any time the University shall deem other subjects more important, the subjects of instruction may be accordingly changed.

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