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Harvard Memories

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$66.00 • £52.95 • €59.50

ISBN 9780674968172

Publication Date: 01/01/1923


379 illustrations


It is a volume exuding the very spirit of the Harvard of a generation or more ago. Its author’s fine dignity and scholarly simplicity echo something of the tone of Harvard’s meaning and significance—at least to her older graduates. Its ease and grace make it a welcome oasis from the welter of brain-storms which are modern memoirs.The Book Review

A book of facts and ideas no less rich in its progressive outlook than in its inspiring memories.Boston Transcript

The demand for this beautiful and interesting work is not going to be limited to the sons of the great universities. Any man, who is interested in the story of education in America, in the story of the country itself, will find this book attractive and worth while.The Cincinnati Times-Star

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