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ALDEN HOPKINS WINNER OF ROME ARCHITECTURE PRIZE

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Alden Hopkins 4S.L.A., OF Chepachet, R. I., has won the annual American Academy in Rome competition in landscape architecture. He will have two years' residence at the Academy in Rome and from that point, as headquarters, will be expected to travel and to study the examples of landscapes architecture in Europe and North Africa. The Fellowship stipend covers all expenses involved. Hopkins obtained an A.B. from Rhode Island State College in 1928.

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