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Visiting the important centers of great modern and historic buildings between London and Moscow, an architectural "field trip" through northern Europe will be conducted by the Harvard University Summer School in July and August of this year, it was announced Sunday.

This is the first foreign study excursion ever sponsored by the school in its sixty-seven years of existence. Director of the trip will be Dr. Hugh S. Morrison, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Dartmouth.

Open to both men and women, the European architecture course will open at Harvard June 28; the students will sail from Boston July 3 and return to the United States August 23. The party will examine particularly the development of the "New Architecture" in Europe.

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