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Page 1878 - ... 1910 and 1911 to be vetoed each time by Governor Foss. He has been president of the United Typothetae for many years. His interest in educational affairs is evidenced by his trusteeship of the Massachusetts Agricultural College and Simmons College. After a legislative service of many years, he is now chairman of the committee on railroads, and a member of the committee on labor. The opportunity of the Progressive Party to stand for their social program is represented in the appointment of Mr....
Page 1855 - Commonwealth is now so empowered respecting men or women, — provided, however, that no degree shall be so conferred by the said Radcliffe College except with the approval of the President and Fellows of Harvard College, given on satisfactory evidence of such qualification as is accepted for the same degree when conferred by Harvard University.
Page 1854 - Chap. 71, pp. 475-77. to determine and regulate the course of instruction in said college, and to grant such honorary testimonials and confer such honors, degrees and diplomas as are granted or conferred by any university, college or seminary of learning in the United States...