We went to Harvard early this morning. We saw the Appleton Chapel (built by a way back relative--see top and second from top)-- It was beautiful--a colonial design embellished and frosted with war memorials (and a room devoted to war dead with the representative dead having his feet on the Harvard emblem). There were gold cupolas and domes galore. Lots of brick and weathervanes. Mullioned windows and shutter All sorts of terrific old details on beautifullly maintained buildings. Everyone and everything is quite civilized and staid (unlike the scene on Lake Cayuga). The building third down is the Harvard Lampoon which we all love with it's eyes, nose and mouth (and the steam coming out of it's ears).