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A History of Columbia College on Morningside

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A History of Columbia College on Morningside

 

Title:
A History of Columbia College on Morningside
Name:
Columbia College (Columbia University)
Published:
New York : Columbia University Press, 1954
Physical Description:
viii, 284 p. illus., ports. 26 cm.
Subjects:
Columbia College (Columbia University)
Contents:
The college: a memoir of forty years, by I. Edman.--The Van Amringe and Keppel eras, by L. Trilling.--Reconstruction in the liberal arts, by J. Buchler.--"Most glad to teach," by C.W. Everett.--After class, by F.W. Boardman, Jr.--The lion afield, by J.N. Arbolino.--The men from Morningside, by G.R. Hawes.--A liberal arts college in a metropolitan university, by I. Edman.
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Notes:
Preface signed: Dwight C. Miner
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