Coverage from the Globe broadcasted to the city and to Harvard that two children died on their land.
Coverage from The Crimson announced to campus that two children had drowned on University land.
Local newspapers picked up word of the Johnson children’s deaths, informing the community about the tragedy.
A handbill distributed by the Students for a Democratic Society which advertised a march on campus demanding Harvard fill in Muddy Pond. SDS members were convinced that the courts would not otherwise find the University liable to fill it in.
The Arnold Arboretum established a new entrance to the grounds on Washington Street in order to connect it to the neighboring Roslindale.
A map of the Arboretum located on the Blackwell Footpath references the now filled-in Muddy Pond.
Students for a Democratic Society members tail and shout at Sargeant Kennedy ’28, the Harvard Corporation secretary, through Harvard Yard. Ira D. Helfand ’71 is pictured holding a bullhorn.