New Haven: Yale University, 1921. 62p., several inserted portrait plates, laid paperstock in printed grey wraps. Faint signs of handling, age.
Precis of several reunions, accounts of "lost" grads and not-quite grads, and obits. See p.22 for a page-long vita of John Hays Hammond, consulting engineer for South African mining interests, notably Cecil Rhodes, "whom he strongly supported." Hammond's son J. H. Jr gets mention as "an inventor of a type of torpedo for coast defense, controlled by wireless." ..Not exclusively Sheffield alumnae, despite title line.