8.40 cubic ft.
Arthur W. Row (1878-1961) was an actor, writer and director. Beginning at Tufts as a member of the class of 1901, he only attended Tufts in 1897-98 as a special student. He was a member of the Theta Delta Chi Fraternity. While at Tufts, he began writing dramatic criticism for Boston area news papers and started to act as an extra with Richard Mansfield in 'The Devil's Disciple.' He went on to act and work with historic actors and founded and directed the Afternoon Theatre, a cooperative theater company while also continuing to write for several magazines and publishing at least one book. He appears to have died in 1961.
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