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Alfred V. Frankenstein, music and art critic of the San Francisco Chronicle, opens a series of Thursday afternoon lectures today in the Lamont Library forum room at 3 p.m. with an account of "the adventures of an art detective."

He is expected to describe the problems connected with the tracing of art-forgeries, and the detection and testing of the genuineness of old masters.

Next week at the same time Hans Kohn, professor of History at the City College of New York, will discuss problems of American foreign policy in what he terms "the age of fear."

Complementing this analysis, on the following Thursday, Leonid I. Strakhovsky, professor of Russian History and Literature at the University of Toronto, will set forth "The Riddle of Soviet Russia's Foreign Policy."

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