A public lecture on "Recent Discoveries in Chinese Archaeology" will be given at 4.30 P. M. Wednesday afternoon, January 30, in the Fogg Art Museum by Professor Paul Pelliot, of the College of France. It is of especial interest at this time not only because of the course of lectures which Professor Pelliot is giving at the Lowell Institute and the exhibition of Chinese paintings being held in the Fogg Museum, but also because of the fact that Mr. Langdon Warner, "Fellow of the Museum for Research in Asia" is now visiting a famous site in Chinese Turkestan, which was the subject of investigation by Professor Pelliot.
FRENCH PROFESSOR TO LECTURE ON HIS EXPEDITIONS TO CHINA
Professor Paul Pelliott to Speak at Fogg Museum on Wednesday
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