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Harvard-Yale Freshman Meet.
Ob. HARVARD-YALE / FRESHMAN Below, in laurel wreaths united by laurel, the shields of Harvard and Yale. Below, DUAL MEET Rx. Plain. 31 mm. Bronze.
Harvard-Yale Track Meet.
Ob. HARVARD YALE / UNIVERSITY / shields of Yale and Harvard /
Ob. CONCORDIA DISCORS Sphinx on wreath. Below, 1795.
Rx. H. P. C. Two hands helping themselves from pot. Below on ribbon, SEGES TOTIS RESPONDET 38 mm. Octagonal. Silver. Copper. Plate XIII. † 918
Ob. In laurels a building. Below, HOLLIS HALL
Rr. In laurels a torch resting on ribbon inscribed 1763 1913 Below, 150th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION / OF /HOLLIS HALL / laurels. 39 mm. Copper. By Whitehead Hoag Co.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell. See 1958.
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr. See 1960.
Institute of 1770.
Ob. HAEC STUDIA ADOLESCENTIAM ALUNT. Caduceus and scroll on book. Below, INSTITUTE / OF /* 1770 *
Rx. Hanging from two columns the shield of Harvard with tablets above and below for name and class. 42 mm. Tin. + 920
Ob. IROQUOIS CLUB Head of Indian to left.
Rx. Pine tree across which band for name of member. 42 × 36 mm. Irregular. Thick planchet. Silver. By Shreve, Crump & Low. Plate IX.
Ob. HARVARD UNIVERSITY / MDCCCCIV An ivy leaf inscribed A Σ with, in its centre, a button, on which IV
Rx. Plain. 42 mm. Bronze. Plate XII.
Ob. KALUMET Over Indian pipe.
Rx. Plain. 47 mm. Pentagon. Silver. By Widmer. Plate XIV. See S. K. Club, 943.
Kappa Gamma Chi.
Ob. IN ACADEMIA HARVARDIANA ornament. In beaded circle, shield with arms of the society. Above, CONDITA Below, MDCCCXCVII.
Rx. Tied wreath of laurel. Exergue, DIEGES & CLUST 38 mm. Bronze.
Knights of the Square Table. See 939.
Lalande. See 1969.
Lawrence. See 1971.
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth. See 1976.
Lowell, James Russell. See 1981.
Monks of the Flagon.
Ob. A flagon on a ribbon on which, UN POUR TOUS ET TOUS POUR
Rx. A chevron on which in old type м O F Exergue, 1848 42 × 33 mm. Shield shaped. Silver. This society, of which I have been able to learn but little, was of a distinctly lively nature. To inquiries as to its purpose by "Inquisitive Authority" it was represented that the name was "Magnet of Friendship" and the tastes were literary, to such good effect that the then President presented it with a complete set of his works. Plate IX. † 925
Norton, Charles Eliot. See 1991.
Ob. A voided o in which K On the O, ARS CELARE ARTEM / 1859. 41 mm. Silver. Bronze. Plate XII. † 926
Otological Congress. See 620.
Paine, James Knowles. See 906.
Ob. RÉPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE Laureated female bust to left. Signed, O. ROTY.
Rx. UNIVERSITÉ / HARVARD / — / MEDAILLE / PASTEUR In field to left, a bundle of oak, palm and laurel, on which a tablet with 1898. Exergue, a DESAIDE EDIT 58 mm. Bronze gilt. Bronze. A prize in debating on a subject drawn from contemporary French politics, founded in 1898 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin. Plate XIV. † 927
Ob. THE PATRIA SOCIETY OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY /. 1636–1909. On glory of United States flags an eagle displayed, with on breast the shield of Harvard.
Rx. Crossed laurels. 40 × 28 mm. Oval. Silver. Bronze. Plate XII.
Pen and Brush Club.
Ob. Resting on palette and mahlstick bust of female to left dividing PEN / AND BRUSH / CLUB
Rx. Crossed pen and brush dividing 18 94 37 mm. Irregular Pewter. Plate XIV. † 929
Phi Beta Kappa.
Ob. s. P. SEPTEMBER 5 / 1781.
Rx. B K In upper left hand corner a hand pointing at 3 stars. 15 x 16 mm. Silver. All engraved. S. P. Societas Philosophica. See Lane, Catalogue of the Harvard Chapter. 930
Ob. In oval s P Below, SEPTEMBER. 5th / 1781 At bottom on label, name of recipient [Lucius Virgil Hubbard, A.B. 1824.] Silver. † 931
Ob. As last.
Rr. As last, but 6 stars. [Horatio Robinson Storer, A.B. 1850.]
Ob. As last.
Rr. As last, but 19 stars. Copper.
Ob. SP / DECEMBER 5 / 1776
Rx. In upper left corner 3 stars 2/1. Below B K at which points a hand in lower right corner. Gold. All engraved. This, the regular Phi Beta Kappa medal, is square, in key shape, and occurs in four sizes.
Ob. A phoenix rising from flames.
Rx. In laurels, PHOENIX / CLUB / HARVARD / UNIVERSITY mm. Irregular. Bronze. By N. G. Wood & Sons.
Ob. PIERIAN / SODALITY. / clasped hands / tablet / 1808. Rx. SIT MUSA LYRAE SOLERS. Lyre in vine wreath. 38 mm. Octagonal. Silver. Bronze. Plate XII.
Ob. In laurel arms under which ribbon with SEMPER FAMA CRES
Rx. Plain. 34 mm. Irregular. Bronze. By Dorrety.
Ob. A heart shaped medal engraved, PORCELLIAN / CLUB / INSTITUTED 1791
Rx. Engraved 'ov 'eλ / DUM VIVIMUS VIVAMUS / clasped hands. 35 × 31 mm. Silver. This was not used until 1800 and was the regular medal of the Club until 1831.
Ob. Resting on crossed swords a double circle in which DUM VIVIMUS VIVAMUS In field, a raised flattened oval for engraved initials of recipient. Above, PORCELLIAN Below, CLUB / 1831 Rx. Resting on crossed swords a double circle in which FIDE ET AMICITIA / P. C. K. S. T. [The Porcellian Club and the Knights of the Square Table united in 1831.] In field, boar's head, clasped hands and casque traversely. Above, 'ov 'eλ Below, a band on which 1791 1808 47 mm. Octagonal. Silver. Plate XII. † 939
Ob. A star of 14 rays. In centre, engraved, FIDE ET AMICITIA / K. P. S. / 1809
Rx. Plain. Silver. The Society's specimen is engraved with the name of Dr. Jonathan Greely Stevenson, a member of the class of 1816, and the medal was engraved after his death in 1835. I have been unable to learn what K. P. S. stand for, but the piece has evidently some connection with the Porcellian Club, as it has its motto. Dr. Stevenson was a member of the Knights of the Square Table whose members were incorporated in the Porcellian in 1831. Plate XVI.
A diamond shaped black enamel pin with gold rim. In field, clasped hands between Y
Sargent, Charles P. See 2094.
Sargent, Dudley Allen. See 2028.
(b. ΜΟΥΣΙΚΗΝ ΠΟΕΙ ΚΑΙ ΕΡΓΑΖΟΥ / laurels. In seal ring, resting on leaves, SIGNET
Rx. Plain. 37 mm. Bronze. Plate XV.
S. K. Club [Sphinx and Kalumet.]
Ob. The Egyptian head of the Sphinx Club to right.
Rx. The Indian pipe of the Kalumet Club. To right, in field, SK 38 mm. Silver. By Widmer.
Smith, Dr. Theobald. See 2036.
Ob. A gavel dividing 19 07 Below, shield of Harvard with, below it, a ribbon on which PRO BONO UNIVERSITATIS
Rx. THE / SPEAKERS CLVB / HARVARD / VNIVERSITY Field vacant. Below, two crossed laurels. 40 mm. Irregular. Silver. Plate XV.
Ob. THE SPEE CLUB HARVARD Shield of club with below, a tablet for name.
Rx. TIMH KAI QIAAAEADIA Bear standing on hind legs facing. Near left leg, RC [Russell Crook.] On edge, MEDALLIC ART CO N.Y. 38 mm. Silvered. Plate XV.
Ob. Head of Sphinx to right.
Rx. SPHINX / CLUB At bottom, a winged scarabaeus. 44 mm. Silver. Aluminum. Plate XV.
Ob. - NIL
ARDVVM — EST On shield, a brush
Rx. THE / STYLVS / CLVB 42 mm. Silver. By Widmer. Plate XV.