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hack menorah/Chanukah lights Dome 1993

Major collection: MIT General Collections
Named collection: MIT Hacks Collection
Object type: hack
Maker: Place made: United States, Massachusetts, Cambridge, MIT
Date made: 1993
Nomenclature: ceremonial artifacts
Classification: societal artifacts

Silver-painted 2 x 4's with coffee cans and light bulbs. Not Assembled. In three sections; main structure is folded.

This eight-foot tall, ten-foot wide menorah graced the top of the dome for the first night of Chanukah (December 9, 1993), and after careful inspection of the electrical connections by Physical Plant, was allowed to remain lit for the rest of Chanukah.

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