Two scrap books kept by R. H. Derby and J. A. Dillon of the class of 1864 and dealing with every phase of life at the University in those days has recently been received at the Widener Library and is being kept for the present in the Pressure Room. In addition to programs examination papers and clippings, the scrap books contain accounts of special happenings such as the visit of the Prince of Wales, cases of hazing boat races, and the Commencement of 1864.
Widener Receives Two Scrap Books
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