Item #4080 [WOMEN] THE MORTARBOARD; Volume XXXV. Junior Class of Barnard College.
[WOMEN] THE MORTARBOARD; Volume XXXV
[WOMEN] THE MORTARBOARD; Volume XXXV

[WOMEN] THE MORTARBOARD; Volume XXXV

New York: The Shilling Press, Inc., 1928. Hardcover. 244 pages. 25 x 24 cm. In 1889, Barnard became the first college in New York City to offer degrees to women. Zora Neale Hurston "28 (listed in the index without an address), was Barnard's first black graduate. Other persons of note listed in this volume, Gladys Vanderbilt, and Anne Anastasi (psychologist, third female president of the American Psychological Association). Includes Views, Trustees, Officers of Administration, Faculty, Student Government, Greek Games, Athletics, Juniors, Clubs, Dramatics, Publications, Minor Activities, Alumnae, Here and There with 1927, Directory, and Advertisements. Stunning black and white photos. Interior clean, boards rubbed at corners and spine. Green embossed boards. Very good. Item #4080

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