PARDON MY HARVARD ACCENT by William G. Morse

PARDON MY HARVARD ACCENT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Harvard men especially should like this book by one of them over a period of years. Morse, after graduation, went out into the world and into the steel industry, but then returned to Harvard to make a real place for himself as the first purchasing agent of the college. His reminiscences, good humored and humorous, show how he overcame opposition from professor to janitor, how he came to know, and know well, undergraduates, graduates, and faculty, and how he made a real contribution to the college. Definite local and graduate sale, good alma material.

Pub Date: Sept. 29th, 1941
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart