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Major Henry Lee Higginson '55 has accepted the invitation of the Union to speak in the Living Room on Tuesday, February 25.
Major Higginson will talk on some of his personal recollections and reminiscences. He says, "I expect to recount to them (the boys) about how I have lived and what I have done, and to tell them why I have done it. I feel strongly the need of young men, and more especially Harvard students, doing something for their fellow-creatures, something to make the country better and stronger, so that it seemed possible to add a few words on that subject."
This talk should be one of the most interesting of the year. There is hardly a Harvard student who does not know both of the charming personality of Major Higginson, and of his continual services to the University and to the country.
The lecture will be open only to Union members.
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