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COMPLETE SET OF "ONIONS" GIVEN TO COLLEGE LIBRARY

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The Harvard College Library has just received the only complete set of the works of "Oliver Onions" in America, which was given by Randolph Edgar '08, literary critic and editor, it was announced yesterday.

The set, 22 volumes in all, is believed to be one of the two complete editions of these works in the world. The author is George Oliver, who signs his works as "Oliver Onions". He is more widely known in England than America as the Author of a large number of novels and short stories.

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