May 1957

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Exciting Theater Ahead

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"An Open-Arms Aspect ..."

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The Man Who Designed the Center

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Exciting Theater Ahead

The rendering above shows the Hopkins Center Theater from the balcony, which is on the same level as the Top of the Hop and leads off the big social hall.

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"An Open-Arms Aspect ..."

The Architect's Model and the Social Possibilities of the Center Inspire This Enthusiastic Report

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The Man Who Designed the Center

WALLACE K. HARRISON, architect, is a cathedral of a man. Like his buildings, his exterior reflects inner function. He is a large man, six feet two or so, with a deep, oval face and soft, friendly eyes. His voice rustles

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Class Notes

1918

Phil Sanderson the ever alert Boston Globe reporter (also editor of the Periscope (Portsmouth, N. H. naval base) and now the new '18 Class Newsletter Editor was Program Chairman of a big dinner in Portsmouth, at which an

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1916

John S. Everett '08, a brother of our ownCharlie Everett, writes me from Hallowell,Me., as follows:

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1926

What is so sweet and dear As a prosperous morn in May, The confident prime of the day, And the dauntless youth of the year, When nothing that asks for bliss, Asking aright, is denied, And half the world a bridegroom is,

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Class Notes

1943

Unfortunate fellow classmates, you have just lost the services of one of our best class secretaries, Waldo "Doc" Fielding, either due to too many babies (not all his own) or too much television. (The Mrs. stars on some program

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1937

The first of April went by a few days ago and it looks like the back of another winter is broken. About a third of my vegetable garden is already planted and I am out rototilling neighbors' gardens, Carl Ray's included, at

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1911

The first news item is to be a reminder of the annual 1911 in-between-reunions reunion at Whitefield. There have been no changes in plans since last month's announcement that the hotel will open Thursday, June 20, and that

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1942

For some time I have wondered how a big-little motion picture company operates. The answer is very simple. Just look at the business of Campbell Films, owned and operated by Bob Campbell in Saxtons River, Vt. After spending a

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