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College girls' record : a chronicle of memoires : being a register of statistics, a history of impressions and events in four years of college life / compiled and arranged by Virginia Woodson Frame.

Related Names: Nash, John Henry 1871-1947., Associated name., Church, Virginia Woodson Frame.
Language(s): English
Published: San Francisco : P. Elder, c1903-1906.
Subjects: College students > Miscellanea.
Note: Printed at the Tomoyé Press.
Some pages are blank for inserting appropriate information.
Bancroft Z239 .2.T66 1906c: From the John Henry Nash library; signed by Nash as printer and by the publisher
Physical Description: [142] p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm.
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