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A delightful, nostalgic, and witty collection of episodes about a fictional college campus and its environs in the late 1930s, narrated by a young history professor on his first teaching assignment. Characters from President J. Armistead MacIlwaine to the chair's secretary, Mrs. Garber, from the affable landlady Mrs. Quick to the bumbling Police Chief Bridwell to the denizens of the Eagle Tonsorial Parlor populate a landscape that anyone familiar with small towns or small colleges will readily recognize. On the familiar stage of Stevenson College plays out a full act of the human comedy that will bring smiles and insights to readers young and old.
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Robert E. Kendig, a native of Virginia, is a graduate of the College of William and Mary and the George Washington University. Following twenty-one years of distinguished service in the U.S. Air Force, including combat duty in World War II, he served for two decades as an administrator at the University of Maryland. His experiences as a volunteer at the Washington National Cathedral led him to compile an anecdotal history of the cathedral's construction, published as The Washington National Cathedral: This Bible in Stone (EPM Publications, 1995). Now retired, Kendig lives with his wife, Jeanne, in Wilmington, N.C.
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