Caledonian Rhapsody and Tales of the Class of 1922

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Trafford Publishing, 2003 - Fiction - 78 pages
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Caledonian Rhapody is a historical romance set in Scotland 1777 to early 1800s. A stable boy becomes a baron's gentleman and falls in love with the Baron's high-spirited daughter. His affection is reciprocated by the Baron's daughter and eventually turns the girl against her father. She is forced to marry a rich man who died and she manages to revive the romance and marry the boy. Tales of the Class of 1922 features college stories of a football player, aviator, jewish student, Beau Brummel, Bootlegger and more.

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Graduate of Lafayette College and University of Michigan Law School. College newspaper Editor in Chief. Father graduated same college, Class of 1922. Spent one year as professional journalist. New Jersey lawyer for 42 years. Ancestry: 3/4 Scot. Visited Scotland twice. Nickname: 'Jack'. College Class Secretary and Newsletter Correspondent for past 23 years. Married with two children and four grandchidren.

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