T HE VIEW westward from Eliot House is not lovely. Across Boylston St. sprawls the MBTA fortifications, the subway yards.
The John F. Kennedy Library Corp. is firmly in the black financially, its 1972 tax return indicates. The tax information
F ORCES VYING for and against the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library will rise or fall on their stamina. Questions
The John F. Kennedy Memorial Library will lose its monumental 85-foot-high glass pyramid in scaled-down construction plans now being prepared
I N LATE FEBRUARY, Israel A. Horovitz's newest book--the play "Alfred the Great"--arrived at The Crimson to be reviewed. That
Representatives of C.E. Maguire, Inc., the firm making an environmental impact study of the proposed John F. Kennedy Memorial Library,
This is the second of a four-part series on documents from the personal files of President John F. Kennedy '40.
Once, the idea for a John F. Kennedy Library was young, much like Kennedy himself. Now it is old, an
The federal government issued this week a revised outline for the environmental study of the proposed John F. Kennedy Memorial