Title: members of the class will keep daily journals: the Barnard College journals of Tobi Gillian Sanders and Joan Frances Bennett, Spring 1968
Author: Tobi Gillian Sanders and Joan Frances Bennett
Description: Black cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Interior is clean and unmarked. 153,  pages. Dust jacket price clipped; foxing on flaps; shows light rubbing at corners; in an archival mylar sleeve.
Written during the turbulent spring of 1968, this volume is comprised of the daily journals of two young women, students at Barnard College: Tobi, who was from a well-to-do Jewish family in Philadelphia, and Joan, a black student from a small city in South Carolina. These personal accounts were created for the English Department's Journal Course (established by Prof. John Kouwenhoven in 1947) and are examples of the unique thoughts and feelings of female students in this milieu. One of the significant events that marked the spring of 1968 was the April 4 assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Jacket Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: Winter House Ltd
Place: New York
Keywords: Barnard College, students, women, personal journal, 1960s, sixties, New York City,
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