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    A Satirical Look at American College Life Circa 1850

    William T. Peters, illustrator. The College Experience of Ichabod Academicus; Illustrated by William T. Peters and Dedicated to Their Brother Collegians by the Editors, H.F.P. & G.M. [New Haven]: [n.p.], [n.d., circa 1849-1850]. First edition. Oblong octavo. Unpaginated. Printed wrappers. String-bound. Wrappers toned with foxing and tatty along the edges. Contents with occasional scattered foxing. A few pages loose, but taken on balance a very good copy of this scarce work.

    Peters' cartoons follow college students from the freshman year through senior year in serialized form.


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    February, 2012
    8th Wednesday
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