Yale fun: a book of college humor in poetry, pictures and prose, chosen with loving care from the Yale record of the past eight years; conceived in the sanctum, founded on foam, and dedicated to the humorous faculty (Google eBook)
R. S. Peck, 1902 - Humor - 94 pages
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