That night, President Lowell lit the fire in the great fireplace. "A fire on the hearth signifies home", he said, "and here's a home for Harvard men. I hope that this fire will burn every winter evening, and that it will burn long for comfort and for light." Today, we know he meant "men and women," and we invite all of you to visit one of Boston's most welcoming architectural treasures.
Home to three restaurants, eight squash courts, eleven function halls, forty-two overnight rooms, and over five thousand members, our address is your address. And it always will be.