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According to the terms of the will of the late Helen O. Sprague of Wellesley, who died April 23, the University will receive the bulk of the estate, approximately $750,000, it was learned yesterday.
The gift, the exact amount of which has not yet been determined, was made to the President and Fellows of the College in addition to a large number of books and papers on Alpine flora.
Considerable property and money was left to other organizations in Massachusetts, but the residue of the estate, which will be shared by relatives, eventually goes to Harvard and four other beneficiaries, as named in the will filed in the Dedham Probate Court.
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