Abbott Lowell, who was a president of Harvard University, used to be in a portrait hung in a residence hall alongside a portrait of his wife Anna. But, because Abbott Lowell purposed a 15% cap on Jewish students, Harvard University decided that it was offensive and removed the portraits of the Lowells.
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