Education: Counting House

New architectural departures at Harvard, announced last week, were received more calmly than "Hush Hall" was at Yale. The Harvard planning board declared its intention of shutting off street scenes and sounds from Harvard's famed Yard. Rather than literally wall off the Yard from Harvard Square and adjacent streets, which might give "appearance of monastic or snobbish seclusion," plans were drawn for a fringe of small dormitories between the present buildings and the fence surrounding the Yard, combined with a new bursar's building, to be called the Counting House. The first of...

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