Publisher:Harvard University press, Cambridge, MA, 1938
Harvard University press, 1938, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: No, First
Size: Octavo (standard book size). Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation, underlining and highlighting. Binding is tight, covers and spine fully intact, bar wear to spine ends and corners. Red gilt stamped cloth over boards, ix, 310 pages, Class Officers, Lost, Deceased, Records of the Class, Obituaries. Corners and spine ends bumped with light wear, some foxing on end papers, some very occasional very light foxing on pages, covers lightly rubbed/scuffed. Interestingly, although FDR completed his undergraduate studies in 1903 and biographies of him list him as having graduated Harvard in 1903, the Class of 1903 did not consider him a member of their Class, since he stayed on doing graduate work and continuing as Editor of The Crimson until 1904 when he left Harvard. In the Secretary's Preface on page ix, Roger Ernst states that "I have been more than gratified by the response which you have made to my question relating to the New Deal experiments. . . I shall not undertake in this brief preface to analyze the replies. I will merely say that the vastly predominant opinion about President Roosevelt is summarized in the following lines from Harry Brown's report: "But the best of all about F. D. - / He wasn't a member of 1903.'' Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2 lbs 11 oz. Category: Education; Biography & Autobiography. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 010961.