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June 7, 1930


JAMA. 1930;94(23):1852-1853. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02710490042021

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Opening of Dormitory for American Students in Paris  The dormitory at the University City in Paris for American students was opened, April 28. The corner stone had been laid two years before by the late Myron T. Herrick. The building is completely finished and students will take possession, May 2. It is a five-story building of red brick with white trimming, surrounded by trees and a beautiful lawn with flowers. It contains 275 rooms for students, a separate wing being devoted to each sex. There are ten workshops for painters, sculptors and musicians; an immense restaurant, several salons and studios, a large banquet hall, a magnificent library—the gift of the Carnegie Foundation of New York, and it boasts of two terraces, from which a view of the whole city of Paris may be obtained. At the opening ceremonies, held in the banquet hall, were the president of France and the

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