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1933 RED BOOK DEDICATED TO MEMORY OF MRS. LOWELL

NO WRITER ATTRIBUTED

Dedicated to the memory of Anna Parker Lowell, the 1933 Red Book yesterday came from the press, and was released to subscribers by B. K. Bachrach '33, editor-in-chief of this year's volume. Similar in many respects to the annual publications which appear with each Freshman class, there are several individual features which serve to add variety to its pages.

Of chief interest is the class history, written as a parody of the "Rime of the Ancient Mariner," the work of B. B. Solomon '33. Title page drawings throughout the book have been executed by Sherman Morss '33 and R. A. B. Braggiotti '33.

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