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The Amherst College OLIO

Label
The Amherst College OLIO
Title
The Amherst College OLIO
Title variation
  • OLIO
  • College OLIO
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Continues
Cataloging source
IKM
Dewey number
974.423
Entry convention
successive entry
Frequency
annual
LC call number
LH1.A5
LC item number
O5
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Amherst College
Regularity
regular
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Amherst College
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  • Amherst College
  • Amherst College
  • Amherst College
  • College yearbooks
  • College yearbooks
  • College students
  • College students
  • College students
  • College students
  • Amherst (Mass.)
  • Hampshire County (Mass.)
Label
The Amherst College OLIO
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title varies slightly
Control code
ocm21568312
Dimensions
23-51 cm.
Extent
v.
Issuing body
Issued by Junior class, 1857-1937; Senior class, 1937-
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  • The enumeration pattern for years changed in the 1870s; the 18th published Olio was designated 1872 and the 19th published Olio was designated 1875. No issues were ever published with the cover years 1873 and 1874. Beginning in 1873 the year that appears with the title reflects the graduation year of the junior class responsible for publishing the Olio. Prior to 1873, the date that appears as part of the title refers to the year of publication
  • The Class of 1937 published two yearbooks one in their junior year and the other in their senior year; both yearbooks were called 1937
  • Two issues called 1946 were published; one being for the graduating Class of 1945 who considered themselves the 'Class of 1946'. Precisely as the class of 1946 began its career at Amherst in the latter part of June 1942, the college opened its accelerated program of graduating students in less than three years on a basis of three semesters a year. As a result of this acceleration, the "1946" class graduated in May 1945
  • The Olio for 1966 was published in 2 volumes where volume 1 provides a pictorial essay of the College and volume 2 provides an account of the 1965-66 academic year
  • The Olio for 1969 was never published since a decision was made to divert publication funds to local social action programs for the poor and minorities. The Class of 1969's Fifteenth Reunion Committee published a 'posthumous yearbook' called "Class of 1969" as a substitute for the unpublished Olio for 1969
Other physical details
ill.
Publication designation
Began with Vol. 3, No. I (November, 1857)-
Publication frequency
Annual
System control number
  • (OCoLC)21568312
  • (Sirsi) a1950531
Label
The Amherst College OLIO
Publication
Note
Title varies slightly
Control code
ocm21568312
Dimensions
23-51 cm.
Extent
v.
Issuing body
Issued by Junior class, 1857-1937; Senior class, 1937-
http://bibfra.me/vocab/marc/numberingPerculiarities
  • The enumeration pattern for years changed in the 1870s; the 18th published Olio was designated 1872 and the 19th published Olio was designated 1875. No issues were ever published with the cover years 1873 and 1874. Beginning in 1873 the year that appears with the title reflects the graduation year of the junior class responsible for publishing the Olio. Prior to 1873, the date that appears as part of the title refers to the year of publication
  • The Class of 1937 published two yearbooks one in their junior year and the other in their senior year; both yearbooks were called 1937
  • Two issues called 1946 were published; one being for the graduating Class of 1945 who considered themselves the 'Class of 1946'. Precisely as the class of 1946 began its career at Amherst in the latter part of June 1942, the college opened its accelerated program of graduating students in less than three years on a basis of three semesters a year. As a result of this acceleration, the "1946" class graduated in May 1945
  • The Olio for 1966 was published in 2 volumes where volume 1 provides a pictorial essay of the College and volume 2 provides an account of the 1965-66 academic year
  • The Olio for 1969 was never published since a decision was made to divert publication funds to local social action programs for the poor and minorities. The Class of 1969's Fifteenth Reunion Committee published a 'posthumous yearbook' called "Class of 1969" as a substitute for the unpublished Olio for 1969
Other physical details
ill.
Publication designation
Began with Vol. 3, No. I (November, 1857)-
Publication frequency
Annual
System control number
  • (OCoLC)21568312
  • (Sirsi) a1950531

Library Locations

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