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Dean Donham's House Burns

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Wallace B. Donham '98, Dean of the Business School, yesterday lost his summer home in North Chatham when a fire swept unmolested through the house. Firemen arrived too late to salvage valuable antiques, which with the house were valued at $25,000.

The whole colony was seriously threatened as flaming embers were strewn in all directions by the high wind. Sparks from the Donham home ignited the roof of the neighboring residence of Harry M. Stearns of Cambridge and caused an estimated damage of $5,000.

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