(Jewish Daily Bulletin)
Felix M. Warburg and John D. Rockefeller were praised by President A Lawrence Lowell of Harvard at the dedication of the new Fogg Museum of Art of Harvard University.
Charles A. Coolidge, Harvard ?l, of the Boston firm of architects of Coolidge, Shepley. Bulfinch amp; Abbolt, presented the keys of the building to President Lowell, who passed them to Haward W. Forbes, Director of the museum, and Paul J. Sachs, Assistant Director.
“These keys.” President Lowell said “are the symbols of the generosity of Mr. Rockefeller and Mr. Warburg and the many others who have contributed for the erection of this building.”
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