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One of Lehman Hall's favorite publications is a little circular which asks students not to put nails in walls. But little attention is apparently paid to this regulation since walls have to be done over about once every three years.
Considerable of the blame, however, must be laid to the Harkness House architects, who drew up blue prints for the new dormitories without moldings. If you can't hang a picture in the approved manner, you have to tack it to the wall or not hang it at all.
Dunster, Eliot, and Lowell House rooms are so constructed that there is no possible way of affixing a good molding without nailing it too, to the wall.
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