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MISS MAY WOOD

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The Board of Directors of the Harvard Cooperative Society passed a resolution yesterday to honor the memory of Miss May Wood, for thirty-one years cashier of the society, who died early this month. The action of the Society represents the feeling of the innumerable friends and acquaintances she had made in her long connection with Harvard.

The students who come and go in their brief generations knew her but slightly, but the members of the faculty, most of whom she greeted by name, will feel a real and sincere sorrow at finding her missing from her accustomed place. Each day she drove in from Bedford in her own car. Most of those who for a long time have been closely connected with the Society cannot remember a day on which she was not at her post. It is fitting that reverent notice be taken of the passing of a much beloved Harvard figure.

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