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To Erect Hotel at Harvard Square

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A new hotel at Harvard square is to be built by E. A. Barnard, of Cambridge, who has purchased the College House property. Upon this land, which has a frontage of nearly 250 feet, work will soon be started for the erection of a first-class hotel to contain, besides other features, a dining-room, two stories high, and smaller rooms for dining parties and tea dances. Work will be commenced as soon as possible on the demolition of the stores and students' quarters which at present occupy the property, in order that the Hotel Harvard may be opened, if possible, before next Class Day.

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