'Link in the Chain': Naval Academy Class of 1968 funds $1.8 million restoration of chapel doors

The doors are 22 feet tall and about 8 feet wide. One bears life-like etchings of personified science contemplating tools of war. On another, a mother teaches her son how to fight. A gift from the Class of 1868, the Naval Academy Chapel doors are bronze-cast monoliths, towering above midshipmen, newlyweds and tourists who pass through. For its 50-year anniversary, the Class of 1968 funded restoration of the doors, linking their legacy to the midshipmen who graduated a century before them. (Capital)

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