1918 Phillips Andover Academy Yearbook~Photos~The Great War~Humphrey Bogart~++++ For Sale
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1918 Phillips Andover Academy Yearbook~Photos~The Great War~Humphrey Bogart~++++:
1918 Phillips Andover Academy Annual The Pot Pouri with great photographs and text showing the students, faculty, activities, sports, music, graphics, literature, banjo and mandolin clubs, military jazz band, fraternities, class histories, plenty pictures of school and surrounding, humor, and local advertisement. Graduates each get large photographs with list of clubs and accomplishments and home address. Photoed sports football, baseball, hockey, wrestling, swimming, soccer, and track. Great condition, beautiful vintage design, and wonderful photography!
Of Some Note: > Features many photos of young men in military garb and plenty of references to the Great War. > Includes Humphrey Bogart who is mentioned twice, once in the class superlatives listings for "most vain." He does not have an individual senior photo, as he left before graduation ceremonies. If he is infact pictured, it is in one of the number of uncaptioned group photos. >> There is a large foldout of the the schools students (part of which isshown in scans here). >> Includes large photo and memoriam for student Jack Morris Wright who was killed in France in 1918. >> Has great graphics including detailed pen and ink art renditions of the War. >> Includes 200 pages, 110 pages that include photographs, about 30 that have military subjects, including occupation.
Individually photographed graduating students include: ned allen (carbondale), bromwell ault (wyoming oh), robert bates (bay shore), james bennett (minneapolis), george bovaird (new york city), daniel brown (st. louis), carl bricken (shelbyville ky), john fiske brown (plymouth), paul brown (portland), robert brown (st. joseph), joel cairo (levant), donald cameron (westford), donald cameron (masonville), john porter carleton (hanover), richard chute (boston), donald cragin (worcester), albert crosby (minneapolis), walter davis (minneapolis), james decamp (cincinnati), porter dickinson (lunenburg), horace dodge (andover), edward eckfeldt (orange nj), john esty (bethlehem), harry frank (nyc), mitchell gratwick (buffalo), david greene (upper montclair), charles griffin (tokio), harry haring (massillion), herbert horne (bradford ma), maurice houseman (grand rapids), herbert humphrey (marblehead), sewell jones, richard meagher (chicago), henry kaltenbach (yonkers), joseph keefe (new london), baucus kellogg (glens falls), alfred kent (brockton), thomas kinney (new haven), nathaniel lane (st. louis), richmond lewis (springfield ma), philip lord (lawrence ma), thomas lunt (rochester), lowell macdonald (bar harbor me), lindsley mcchesney (troy), willard mckinstry (watertown ny), cargill macmillan (minneapolis), gordon marshall (west haven), howard marshall (newton), george mcilwain (cambridge ma), john philip meyer (st. louis), spencer miller (meriden ct), john miner (naugatuck), robert moody (ballardvale), paul moore (watertown ny), singleton moorehead (saranac), bennet murdock (meriden), edward neiley (winchester ma), stephen neiley (winchester), louis neville (boston), grant newkirk (worcester), stewart nichols (elkhart in), john kendall norwood (lwarence), merrill norwood (lawrence), robert page (madison), george paine (new haven), edward peters (haverhill), john phillips (andoover), edward rawson (glens falls), charles robinson (peekskill), george rose (effenville), emanuel rosenberg (nyc), morril sprague (harvard ma), harry schauffler (kansas city mo), leonard seymour (elgin ne), adrian smith (buffalo), frederick spanky's archive listing (iowa city), merwin smith (hadley falls), george van siclen smith (richmond hill), donald starr (winchester), john stearns (concord nh), philip stearns (evanston il), william stevenson (princeton nj), george thornton (bedford in), alexander tison (nyc), fredericde peyster townsend (cooperstown), george vaillant (boston), harold weber (los angeles), john walker wheeler (bridgeport), william d. williams (london oh), john chapman wilson (trenton), richard wood (baltmore), roger woolley (brooklyn), john booth works (cleveland), ....miles archer (san francisco), otis angier (farmingham), clayton bailey (nyc), caldwell baker (springfield), leland baker (provincetown ma), marc bodine (wellsboro), albert bogert (oradell), kenneth bolton (troy), william brewster (andover), ferris briggs (brooklyn), clark burnham (berkeley), abbott chase (andover), charles chittick (newark), daniel coburn (indianapolis) hobart cole (bridgeport), norman dodd (south orange), eugene english (merion), crawford failey (terre haute), john kitchener fairbairn (joliet), arhtur ferguson (evanston il), william gray (amesbury), george hamer (lwarence), broderick haskell (miller park), walter higley (norwich), kimbark howell (new london), john edward hussey (st. louis), william james (oil city), edgar kahn (detroit), james harrington kennedy (methuen), donald klopfer (nyc), t. kai liang (hong kong), scott libby (wenham), earl mccolley (lawrence), howard macdonald (yonkers), julian mcfarland (west chester), ernest may (newton), francis morgan (lawrence), william noyes (mystic), george olmstead (west brookfield), philip perrin (stoughton), willard purington (augusta), robert randolph (rahway), william roberson (nyc), nathaniel robinson (brooklyn)< james rose (canton oh), albert russell (jacksonville fl), william shirley (franklin), howard caswell smith (swampscott), james alexander smith (chambersburg), mason thompson (kansas city), donald walch (providence ri), raymond wason (brookline), ronald winde (melrose ma), ... fletcher belt (fostoria), jerome buck (elmira), lilley emerson (east derry), parker goss (melrose), rudolph gray (nyc), richard hartshorne (nyc), arthur kane (pelham manor), george krause (colorado springs), george hewett (colorado springs), antung kung (shanghai, kagsu province), edmund leland (brookline ma), william mann (dewey's mills), chester meckell (chicago), william mills (waitsfield vt), william morgan (newark), stuart otis (chicago), john paxton (chinkiang, china), carlos sanchez (santa lucia, oriente, cuba), henry schaul (atlanta), edward sharp (chicago), james paul sullivan (buffalo), r. william tierney (fall river), charles webb (wellsboro), chi chuan yu (changsha, china), .......
Excellent condition harback with tight binding and text and clean pages, with no must or mildew or missing pieces. Beautiful condition. Included here are some scan of pages to give you an idea of this issue's contents.
Excepional raity giving a true historic look at Phillips Andover Academy and its promising young men during the Woodrow Wilson World War One years. Just waiting for a nice home!
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