Excerpt from Harvard College, Class of 1894, Vol. 1: Secretary's Report
The class secretary submits herewith the first Class Report, containing the usual statistics of the class, various records of the college course and information as to the present whereabouts of temporary members and special students, together with a list of post-othee addresses.
The first Class Report is supposed to be published before the first Commencement after graduation. For the delay in the publication of this report, the secretary offers his apologies and the apologies of those members of the class who have so long neglected to send in their class lives. There are still five of the three hundred and seventy men who received the degree of A. B. In June I894, and a much larger number of temporary members and special students, who have not been heard from. After sending repeated notices and even personal letters to these persons, the secretary has decided not to waste the class postage on them any longer. Their names are marked in the list of addresses with a dagger (i); anybody who can persuade any of them to send in their lives will confer a favor on the secretary and on the class. Until the delinquents show enough interest in the class to comply with so moderate a request. The secretary must assume that they do not care to receive the documents or communications relating to the class.
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