The Lectures

At the invitation of President Schurman, of Cornell University, and under the auspices of the university, presided over by Dean Crane, who represented the president in his absence, Carol Norton, C.S.D., of New York City, representing the Christian Science Board of Lectureship, delivered his lecture, "A Third of a Century of Christian Science," at Barnes Hall, Cornell University, on Tuesday evening, April 2. The Cornell Daily Sun, the regular daily university paper, published and edited by the students, thus refers to the lecture and the introduction of Dean Crane.

Last evening in Barnes Hall, Mr. Carol Norton of New York lectured before a large audience on the subject, "A Third of a Century of Christian Science."

In introducing the speaker Dean Crane said:—

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Extract from a Letter
April 18, 1901

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