ClassBook, 1843.


ClassBook, 1843.

The Class Book of 1843 contains biographical entries for nearly all members of the Class of 1843, many of them written by the students themselves. Broad portraits of undergraduate life are not found in these pages; they consist mainly of biographical facts and anecdotes. The Class Book also contains the Class Oration and Class Poem, as well as the minutes of Class Meetings and Suppers.

[8], 548 p.


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