1903 - Receive Honorary Degrees at X ''Fair Harvard'': Left to right: William Colver Hil, of Springfield. Mass. received degree of Master of Arts. His public school has won three times the trophy for boys best prepared for Harvard: G.P. Stevens. Rome. Italy, received degree of Master of Arts. He is director of the American Acade,y at Rome and is a distinguished architect and archaelogist; J.P. Morgan, Doctor of Laws, and a graduate of Hervard The University recognizes him as a financier who has used his wealth with uprightness, public spirit and generosity, Dr. Samuel W. Stratton, Doctor of La

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1903 - Receive Honorary Degrees at X ''Fair Harvard'': Left to right: William Colver Hil, of Springfield. Mass. received degree of Master of Arts. His public school has won three times the trophy for boys best prepared for Harvard: G.P. Stevens. Rome. Italy, received degree of Master of Arts. He is director of the American Acade,y at Rome and is a distinguished architect and archaelogist; J.P. Morgan, Doctor of Laws, and a graduate of Hervard The University recognizes him as a financier who has used his wealth with uprightness, public spirit and generosity, Dr. Samuel W. Stratton, Doctor of La
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1903 - Receive Honorary Degrees at X ''Fair Harvard'': Left to right: William Colver Hil, of Springfield. Mass. received degree of Master of Arts. His public school has won three times the trophy for boys best prepared for Harvard: G.P. Stevens. Rome. Italy, received degree of Master of Arts. He is director of the American Acade,y at Rome and is a distinguished architect and archaelogist; J.P. Morgan, Doctor of Laws, and a graduate of Hervard The University recognizes him as a financier who has used his wealth with uprightness, public spirit and generosity, Dr. Samuel W. Stratton, Doctor of Laws. He is President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Credit Image: © Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS.com)

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