Education: Harvard '26

What are Harvardmen really like once they get out into the world? This week, in one of the most comprehensive class reports ever published—Harvard 1926, the Life and Opinions of a College Class, by Cornelius DuBois and Charles J. V. Murphy (Harvard University Press; $2.50)—readers could find out just what happens to Harvard's old grads in 25 years of worldly endeavor.

The Class of 1926 went through college during the Coolidge boom, when the Yard was also booming with such great names as Charles Townsend Copeland, George Lyman Kittredge, Bliss Perry and Irving Babbitt. But only a handful of the 745 have...

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