By Lucy Shoe Meritt
A chronicle of the second one 50 years within the lifetime of the yank college (originally based in 1881). Conceived as a spouse quantity to Louis Lord's 1947 background of the 1st part century, the textual content outlines the actions of the college either in Greece and within the usa, starting with an soaking up account of the affairs of the college in the course of international warfare II and carrying on with during the Centennial in 1981, with chapters at the summer season consultation, the School's excavations, its courses, and the Gennadeion. The wide appendixes comprise lists of all of the Trustees, Cooperating associations, participants of the handling Committee, employees, fellows, and individuals of the college for the reason that its inception in 1881, and upload tremendously to the usefulness of this quantity. The author's first-hand wisdom of the folk and occasions of the interval mentioned contributes materially to its intensity and aspect.
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A History of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens: 1939-1980 by Lucy Shoe Meritt