Cambridge: Harvard University, 1932. First Edition. Notable in the yearbook is a photograph of future Pulitzer Prize-winning author and film critic James Agee, who was evidently a member of both the Harvard glee and drama clubs. Near Fine, with no dust jacket as issued, with a contemporary owner bookplate on the front pastedown.
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Chicago: The Reilly and Britton Co., 1917. First Edition. Blank book-style yearbook (largely still blank) belonging to Elizabeth Floding with numerous inscriptions and well wishes from various students and faculty, including a four-line Gellett Burgess poem written to Floding by Margaret Mitchell: "I never saw a purple cow, I never hope to see one, I'll tell you one thing anyhow.....