The memorial to Lionel de Jersey Harvard, first of his name to attend the college his ancestor founded, is a fitting acknowledgment of a graceful gesture on the part of the young Englishman who upheld the glory of his name in the Great War. It should serve as a reminder to all who see it, of the peculiarly close relations which lay between him and the college which bears his family name. The generosity of John Harvard was well commemorated by the presence of his descendant in the New England Cambridge; that presence, in turn, is now worthily commemorated by the action of the Associated Harvard Clubs.
LIONEL DE JERSEY HARVARD
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