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Harvard College Class of 1888

Harvard College Class of 1888

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Excerpt from Harvard College Class of 1888: Ninth Report, Fortieth Anniversary

George Royal Pulsifer, our late Class Secretary, issued the Eighth Report of the Class of 1888 in January, 1920. In his introductory note he recounted our Class activities following the Twenty-fifth Reunion down to and including June, 1919. Taking up the history where he left off, our records show an unbroken succession of Class Spreads and Class Meetings, annually, at No. 1 Holworthy on Commencement Day from 1920 to and including 1928. In addition to these observances, Frederick Bradlee in June, 1920, entertained the Class at lunch at his country-seat at Sherbom. In June, 1921, Frederic Kennard had the Class as his guests at his home in Newton Centre. In June, 1922, Charles Adams invited the Class to his home at Concord for a Class Dinner. The year 1923, which was the year of our Thirty-fifth Anniversary, opened with a Class Dinner given in the month of February at the Harvard Club of New York by Benjamin and Judge George Albert Carpenter and S. L. Swarts. Judge Carpenter presided. The June reunion began the day before Commencement when Larz Anderson and his wife entertained the Class and their wives at lunch in Brookline. From the Andersons' the Class went in a body to the Yale baseball game on Soldiers Field. Late on Commencement afternoon we motored by way of B. W. Palmer's estate in Hamilton to James Appleton's farm at Ipswich where he was host to upwards of fifty of us at the Class Dinner.

In the month of August, 1923, the Class sustained a grievous loss in the death of our beloved, faithful and efficient Class Secretary, George Pulsifer, who had served us since 1905. To succeed him the present Class Secretary was elected in December, 1923.

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