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THE PRINCETON BRIC-A-BRAC, Volume XXXIX - XLIII (Class of 1915-19)
Princeton, New Jersey: Junior Class of Princeton University, 1913. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good. All five volumes in this run include material about the undergraduate activities of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940), a member of Princeton's Class of 1917. After graduating from the Newman School in 1913, Fitzgerald enrolled at Princeton where he honed his craft as a writer before dropping out in 1917 to join the Army. Included here are portraits of Fitzgerald with the Class of 1917, the board of the Princeton Tiger, and alongside the other members of the Triangle Club, for whom Fitzgerald wrote "Fie! Fie! Fi-Fi!" (1914) and "Safety First" (1916). Both musical comedies receive extensive reviews, complete with photographs from each production, in Volume XLII and XLIII, respectively. There are also reference to Fitzgerald's involvement with the Frenau Club, the Minnesota Club, and the University Cottage Club. Oblong octavos. Original black buckram bindings, with gilt stamping. Mild foxing to the prefatory and concluding leaves. The bindings of the first four volumes are a little shaken. Some general shelfwear, with a bit of sun fading to Volume XXIX and occasional scuffing to Volume XLI; else about very good. Scarce.
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