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This edition of the Wooster Magazine was published in the winter of 1996. An Amazing Place is a piece about the dedication of the Gault Library on October 22, 1995. This event is futhered mentioned in ‘scrapbook’ of images from the dedication day that include staff and students. An article about a woodcut portrait of Albert Einstein is mentioned. An Entertaining Career is a profile on Wooster alumni Earl W. (Bud) Wendell and his time working at the Grand Ole Opry. The Oak Grove includes stories from the Wooster community, this includes the celebration of the Jewish harvest festival Sukkot, a Wooster professor Josephine Wright being named the general editor of Garland Publishing’s new book series and more. There is also a section dedicated to class notes from 1925 to 1995 and Wooster wedding pictures.
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Gault Library, alumni, weddings, Albert Einstein, woodcut, Grand Ole Opry, festivals.
Hannah, Jeffery G., "Wooster Magazine: Winter 1996" (1996). Wooster Magazine: 1991-2000. 2.