xvii + 626 pp. Grey cloth with gold lettering on red background, index, notes. Appendices include a chronological list of people involved with the college -- trustees, faculty, administration; a selection of various societies and social organizations; and the buildings that comprise the campus. Numerous b/w photos and illustrations. Published on the 200th anniversary of the founding of Dickinson College.
Corners bumped, slight edge wear, just a little rubbing. Jacket shows a little edge wear with a couple small closed tears, some rubbing, spine a bit sunned. An attractive copy.
"From its not uncommon Colonial origin, Mr. Sellers gives a lively and sympathetic account of the development of Dickinson College, now a thriving liberal-arts institution of some sixteen hundred students, non-sectarian and coeducational. But this history is more than a history just of Dickinson College: by extension it is a history of all such schools in the East."; 7¾" - 9¾" Tall