The statue is not all that it seems. It’s actually nicknamed the “statue of three lies” because of all the inaccuracies inscribed on it. Here we reveal the truth behind the statue.
Completed in 1878, Memorial Hall stands as one of Harvard's most iconic buildings and is even a National Historic Landmark.
Home to Sanders Theatre, Annenberg Hall, the Cambridge Queens Head Pub and other facilities, Memorial Hall is a multi-use facility located just beyond the North gates of Harvard Yard.
Opened in 1915, The Harry Elkins Widener Memorial Library is Harvard's flagship library, and still the largest university library in the world. Widener's collections span a multitude of subjects in over 450 languages.