Class of 1963 Authors

Memorabilia Room, Sterling Memorial Library
On View until June 28

This exhibit celebrates the prolific publishing output of the members of the Yale College Class of 1963, which is celebrating its 50th reunion this year. The works of the seventy-six members of the Class of 1963 span many genres: scholarly monograph, travelogue, journalism, "how to" text, spirituality, memoir, poetry, biography, music, and fiction. The exhibit represents a collaboration between the Association of Yale Alumni and the Manuscripts and Archives Department in the Yale University Library. Content for the exhibit was solicited and assembled by Class of 1963 coordinators Guy Miller Struve, Laton McCartney, and Michael Koenig. The exhibit is free and open to the public Monday-Friday, 8:30 am–4:45 pm.

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