Excerpt from Class of 1885: Harvard College, Secretary's Report No; VIII, 1915-16 The men of the class, now in middle life and the height of their powers, continue to gain in honors and honorable re wards. Alma mater can feel contented that they have done her credit in their measure of services performed and distinctions brought to her door.
In making a twenty-fifth Anniversary Class Gift the class followed an admirable custom to strengthen the resources Of Harvard College. The 1885 gift was a success in every way. The sum was raised whole-heartedly and without strain. The amount, $1 the second largest Of the kind, was all paid in long ago.
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