This fascinating 1968 combines historical scholarship with an appreciation of the social functions of higher education in an industrialised nineteenth-century world.This fascinating 1968 combines historical scholarship with an appreciation of the social functions of higher education in an industrialised nineteenth-century world.Read Less
Acceptable/read description. 317 pages. Ex-Library with the usual stamps/labels and tape marks on preliminaries, also front end paper removed, otherwise although showing signs of use a sound tight and usable ex-library hardback.
Very Good. From the private collection of Boston historian Frederick A. Hagar. Minor spotting to boards and edges of book block. Name printed on ffep. Pages remain clean and unmarked; binding, tight. In agetoned dust jacket.
Good. No Dustjacket. 1968. 319 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Firmly bound with clean pages but mild foxing to fore edge and some page edges. Tightly bound cloth but moderate foxing to boards and moderate bumping to spine, edges and corners.
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