Harvard College Library Funds

Harvard College Library Funds

Treat Fund

Year Established 1986

About The Fund

The residuary bequest of J. Harvey Treat, Class of 1862, to be called the Treat Fund, the income to be used for the benefit of the Library for the purchase of books relating to the Church of England and churches in communion with her, the Roman and Greek Churches, and the Episcopal Church in the United States of America, especially as regards ritual matters, of the same general character as the collection presented to them in 1888; also books relating to Christian archaeology. My desire is to make this Department of the Library as full as possible for the benefit of scholars. If the funds are more than sufficient for the purpose designated, they may be used for other departments at the direction of the Librarian.

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