THE PRE-WAR GRIND AS SEEN BY LIFE'S ARTIST
A grind of the period. He cared nothing for sports, clubs, clothes, or any of the finer things his alma mater had to offer him.
This is the third of Gluyas Williams' historical drawings, inspired by the forthcoming production of "Brown of Harvard", presented by the Dramatic Club.
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