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Liaquat Ali Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan (above), spent yesterday afternoon viewing the College.
After arriving at 1 p.m., he lunched in the Fellows' Dining Room of Eliot House and then went to Massachusetts Hall, where he signed the guest book.
Then the Prime Minister was guided through Widener Library. From Widener, he went to Peabody Museum to look at the glass flowers. David M. Little '18, Secretary to the University, acted as official host.
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