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Two new publications will be put out be the University in honor of the Tercentenary. The first will be a "Tercentenary Gazette," similar to the University Gazette, but issued fortnightly, "in order that all who wish to do so may keep abreast of the Tercentenary observances in the immediate future and those planned for the Celebration in September." It will be free. Those wishing to obtain copies regularly can get them by leaving a mailing address at the Tercentenary office in Lehman Hall.
The second publication will be a "Harvard University Handbook" containing 225 pages of "detailed description of the University grounds, buildings, libraries, and the contents of all the museums with many illustrations, and notes, on the history, development, and activities of all the Harvard departments."
Orders may be placed through the University Press. The price will probably be $1.25 in paper and $1.50 in cloth. Checks should be made payable to the Harvard University Press.
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