Title: The Red and Gray Vol. 12
Publisher: Washington, CT: Senior Class of the Gunnery School
Publication Date: 1938
Book Condition: Fine
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
90 p.+ advertisements. This year book of a school for boys features excellent black-and-white photographs of the campus and buildings; of the faculty members, with biographical data; of the entire school population and of the students in the senior, junior, fourth, third, and second forms. A full page is devoted to each senior, with a formal and an informal photo, biographical data, and a character study. Members of other classes are listed, with their home towns. Sports, student government, clubs, and activities are coverd and photographed; attendees at school house parties, including guests, are listed, as are the winners of prizes awarded at the 1938 commencement. Embossed hard cover, no dust jacket (as issued), fine. Bookseller Inventory # 74008
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