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President James Phinney Baxter III, of Williams College, former Master of Adams House, will start a series of lectures on "Anglo-American Relations Since the Civil War," during the first week of November.
The series will be presented under the auspices of the Committee of Extra-Curricular Reading of American History, it was announced by Howard Mumford Jones, professor of English, chairman of the committee. There will be no charge for admission to the lectures, and they will be open to the public.
Dates of the series are as follows: Tuesday, November 1, "Aftermath of the Civil War"; Thursday, November 3, "Burying the Hatchet," and Tuesday, November 8, "Recent Times." Other notable men who have spoken for this series are Felix Frankfurter, Byrac Professor of Administrative Law, and Bernard DeVoto '18.
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