The little book, arranged by two undergraduates and entitled "Portraits of the Harvard Faculty," is intended, according to the preface, "primarily for Students, to give them a memento of Harvard and a better acquaintance with the teachers of the University." The portraits of the faculty, preachers to the University and others which the book contains, while necessarily small in most places, are excellent likenesses, in spite of the fact that a few of them were originally taken some years back. The book does not contain portraits of the entire teaching force of the University, for it is neither possible nor necessary to insert pictures of the large body of assistants. Rut the pictures of the chief instructors and others, numbering about a hundred and twenty-five, are inserted in adequate arrangement. The price of the book, only $1.00, is extremely moderate for its worth, and we recommend it heartily to all students who wish a pleasing souvenir and an excellent collection of portraits of the faculty.
Portraits of the Harvard Faculty.
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