The aquisition of the Peirce Collection by the Harvard Commission on Western History brings to the University exceedingly rare and valuable sources of information on the history of the Mormon people and their part in the movement of the colonization of the West. The significance of the anonymous donor's gift can be better appreciated when it is realized that whether the student is inquiring into the history of the remarkable development of an extensive region of our western country or is interested in the history of a religion which formed and developed within the lifetime of men living, this Library will afford him exceptional opportunity to contribute to the unwritten portions of the history of the whole United States.
AN INVALUABLE LIBRARY.
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