Class Letters

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US US-IaGG Archives/RG-AL-3-3.2

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Class Letters



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Class letters, most prior to 1920, from classmates to the class secretary. Some are the original letters. Most were compiled and edited by the secretary, printed as "annual letters" and distributed in booklet form. In the following list assume the item is in published booklet format unless indicated TLS (typewritten letter signed), ALS (autograph letter signed), ADS (autograph document signed). Class year is in the first column; dates letters written or published are in the second column. Class of 1956 Oral Histories Included in box 20 with the Class of 1956 letters. 1882 Cyclone Class Memoirs. G 83.3 Sol Record Book of the Class Library Fund of the '87 Alumni Association, 1887-1898. Constitution of the Class of 1882. Constituion of the Class of 1911. Class of 1879. Secretary's book 1878-1880. Secretary's Book, Class of 1879. Class of 1964 "Recyclone A Memory Book" with class of 1964 letters.

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Boxes 1-11 are located at offsite storage.

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