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Dr. Alfred S. Romer, professor of zoology at Harvard University and curator of fossils at the Agassiz Museum, will speak on "Life Through the Ages" during a lecture-tour of the Museum, Wednesday at 2.30 o'clock. These attending the tour will meet on the first floor of the Museum.
Dr. Romer has just come from the University of Chicago, where he has lectured on zoology for the past ten years.
In speaking of the fossil exhibits at Agassiz Museum which he will use to illustrate his talk, Dr. Romer asserts that those of South American animals are the beat in America and those of prehistoric fishes particularly notable.
This lecture-tour has been arranged by the Boston ERA. Popular Lectures Project, whose programs are being conducted with the approval of the Adult Education Council of Greater Boston.
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