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Greene, Walton, Donnell Also Speak; FDR Unable to Attend


Albert Bushnell Hart '80, Eaton Professor of the Science of Government, emeritus, will speak on Harvard's history tonight when the Memorial Society meets for its annual banquet in the Faculty Club.

Dining from the college silver, a collection of gifts through the years now worth $14,000, the historians will also listen to toastmaster Jerome D. Greene '96, Secretary to the Corporation, Clarence E. Walton, assistant Librarian, and President John Donnell '40.

Franklin D. Roosevelt '04, a former member of the society, regretted that he could not accept the invitation to the banquet, but expressed his interest in a letter from the White House.

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