Secretaries of College Classes
Charles P. Ware…………………….52 Allerton St., Brookline
Arthur L. Ware……………………. Framingham Center
The Harvard Musical Association
In 1837 the honorary and immediate members of the Pierian Sodality formed themselves into an association for the cultivation of musical taste and science, and for the introduction of music as a regular branch of instruction at Harvard College. The name, ”The Harvard Musical Association,”was not adopted until 1840. Since then the Association has had an important influence on the development of musical instruction at Harvard. Its most significant mission has been the shaping of the public opinion in regard to music in Boston. The Symphony Orchestra and the Cecilia Club were both organized by members of the Association. The clubhouse is at 57A Chestnut St., Boston, where there is a notable library of music. Of the three hundred resident members, at least two-thirds must be alumni of Harvard or some other college. Annual dues: $10.00.
Henry Ware ’93, 735 Exchange Bldg., Boston
Harvard Dramatic Club
Purpose.—To produce semi-annually plays of notable foreign authors which have never before been
staged in this country. Membership.—By competition and election; active, associate, and honorary. Dues.—Annual, $5.00; initiation fee, $10.00.
Activities.—Public production of plays in December and April; occasional lectures [by members of the profession.
Leonard Ware, ’21
Roxbury Lain School Club
Leonard Ware, Jr. ’21, President
Thayer Hall, South Entry
Leonard Ware ’21