Professor Henry V. Hubbard '97 will return to the University today to resume his courses in the School of Landscape Architecture. He has been absent since June, 1917, when he left the University to take part in government war work. Professor Hubbard was first with the Construction Division of the war Department on Cantonment work, but since early in 1918 he has been a member of the Industrial Housing Bureau of the Department of Labor, where he has been assistant manager of the Town Planning Division.
Prof, Hubbard Returns To College
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