The Storm of Protest "Which Will Never Come": 30 Years of Yale's "Tragic Silence" in Regard to her "Amazing" Son, "That Fellow Gundelfinger" - Yale's Anniversary 250-th [w/ associational 3-page MLS]

By: Gundelfinger, George Frederick

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Book Condition: Fine


Black cloth, front cover and spine panel title cartouches in gilt, top text block edge in gilt. Mere hints of shelf wear, essentially as issued. 96 pp., illus., w/ folding frontis. reprinted from the 17 Feb. 1967 Yale Daily News as the first in a series of alumni profiles. Accompanying this copy is an original MLS occupying three sides of stationery, signed and dated (1983) by Minotte M. Chatfield, who entered Yale in the fall of 1936 and recounts his impressions of Gundelfinger as "a person who had come to Yale and had found undergraduate mores too loose and licentious for his sensibilities and, cracking under the strain, had retired to his home in Sewickley, Pa., where a family fortune enabled him to bombard successive generations of Yale undergraduates with his abusive and monitory pamphlets."

Title: The Storm of Protest "Which Will Never Come": 30 Years of Yale's "Tragic Silence" in Regard to her "Amazing" Son, "That Fellow Gundelfinger" - Yale's Anniversary 250-th [w/ associational 3-page MLS]

Author Name: Gundelfinger, George Frederick

Categories: New England,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Sewickley, PA, The New Fraternity: 1944

Binding: Cloth

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: Not Issued

Type: Book

Size: 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Seller ID: 034117

Keywords: New Haven Yale Gundelfinger