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Burnham Designs "Speed Demon"

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Mr. Roger Noble Burnham '99, who was formerly an instructor in modeling in the Department of Fine Arts of the University, has designed and modeled a new piece called "The Speed Demon." Mr. Burnham is well known in this country and in Italy for his portraits, both in the round and in relief, as well as for his original work. Among his pieces are four statues, 18 feet in height, which are on the City Hall Extension in Boston, and the bronze doors of the Forsyth Infirmary in Boston.

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