Education: A Chair

The endowment of any professorship bespeaks grace in the donor. Few bespeak also an interest equal to that recognized by Harvard men in the Theodore William Richards chair in Chemistry just established in his alma mater by Thomas W. Lamont, Harvard, '92, in memory of an elder brother, Hammond Lamont.

Theodore William Richards, Harvard '86, "foremost chemist in the U. S. university world," Nobel Laureate (1914), Davy medalist (1910), Faraday medalist (1911), Franklin, Gibbs and LeBlanc medalist, is still active at Harvard. Hammond Lamont was a classmate of Richards, himself distinguished...

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