Campus & Community

This month in Harvard history

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April 6-7, 1951 — The Law School holds an Institute for Practicing Lawyers focusing on legal problems of mobilizing for the Korean conflict.

April 4, 1955 — A Harvard tradition undergoes an electrifying change with the installation of an automatic bell-ringer in the Memorial Church.

April 1957 — To the delight of Boston Red Sox fans, the Harvard Band performs on opening day at Fenway Park.

From the Harvard Historical Calendar, a database compiled by Marvin Hightower