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Antique Exhibit


Anyone seeking relaxation at this time of preparation for the major semi-annual exams will find it at the First Annual Cambridge Antique Exhibition which is being held at Brattle Hall today through Friday. There one may browse around among the displays of 26 dealers who have come here from five states.

The exhibit, which consists of furniture, early American glass, hooked rugs, and early American primitives, is being managed by Mr. R. A. Revere, who has conducted similar enterprises in Portland, Maiue, Providence, Hartford, Washington, D. C., Manchester and other places.

One of the outstanding primitives is an early American bicycle made by John T. Moody, of Newburyport. Moody, when 16 years old, won the Massachusetts Championship on Boston Common in 1878 with this crude bike.

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