Lost Visions

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Lost Visions

By Harry Augustus Garfield
Privately printed, 1944
277 pp.

This volume, printed posthumously, was written by the late President Emeritus of Williams College, who served for a number of years on the Editorial Advisory Board of FOREIGN AFFAIRS. Its chapters comprise the author's recollections of the 1923 Institute of Politics at Williamstown and his journey through the Far East and East Indies in 1934. The appendix contains Professor A. H. Buffinton's brief story of the Institute.

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