John Hopkins University: Celebration of the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Founding of the University and Inauguration of Ira Remsen, LL. D. As President of the University (Classic Reprint)
On the twenty-second of February, 1902, the Johns Hopkins University completed the twenty-fifth year of its existence. As this was also the date fixed for the installation of its second president, President Ira Remsen, - thus closing, as it were, the first chapter of its history and beginning the second - it was thought that the occasion should be celebrated in a manner more than usually imposing. The principal institutions of learning in the United States and Canada were invited to be present by their representatives: and the extraordinary number of delegates that attended, despite the extreme inclemency of the weather, showed the deep and wide-spread interest felt in the proceedings.
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