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Harvard 1926

The Life and Opinions of a College Class

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ISBN 9780674865976

Publication Date: 01/01/1951

98 pages

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Twenty-five years after graduating from Harvard, the class of 1926 asked itself a lot of very personal questions and, under the seal of anonymity, replied. Here is a composite portrait of the Gentlemen of 1926—from ambitions to aberrations, from children to chicanery.

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