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The cornerstone of the new Harry Elikins Widener Memorial Library will be laid on the morning of Phi Beta kappa Day, June 16, at 11 o'clock. President Lowell will preside. Professor Coolidge of the History Department, Director of the University Library, will make a few remarks and an address will be delivered by Hon. Joseph Francis Swayze, President of the Phi Beta kappa Society of Massachusetts.
Mrs. Widener will be present in person to lay the stone. A chorus selected from the College Choir and the Glee Club, will be present to furnish the music.
The ceremony will be open to all members of the University.
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