Edwin Emerson reminiscences, 1954.

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Emerson, Edwin, 1869-1959. Edwin Emerson reminiscences, 1954.

Edwin Emerson reminiscences, 1954.

"Groves of Academe," reminscences of student days at Cornell and of President Jacob Gould Schurman, and Professors John Henry and Anna Botsford Comstock, George Lincoln Burr, E. E. Hale, and of fellow student Alexis Babine. Also, "Happy-Go-Lucky," story of his life at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio from early summer 1887 to early summer 1888, probably written in the late 1940s.

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Cornell University Class of 1890. From the description of Edwin Emerson reminiscences, 1954. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64047036 Edwin Emerson was in Troop K of the Rough Riders. He compiled these slides as a memorial presentation concerning the Rough Riders. From the description of Edwin Emerson Rough Rider lantern slides, ca. 1898-1947. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612803111 American journalist in Switzerland, 1914. ...

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