New Haven: Printed for the University by Press Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor, 1874. 98, 36p., sewn textblock tipped into lavender wraps. Across the cover in pencil a former Yalie's name (Jas. Richards) and his New Haven address. Edgeworn, has a chipped spine panel, an inch-long tear and some handling soil.
Tenth Pot-Pourri; appears to be an official publication although handled by students, and except for a half-dozen capable cartoons by "Hopson Sherman," contains only names and data and beaucoup advertisements. Of note is a very fine wood-engraved emblem for Skull and Bones measuring 1.8 x 2.2 inches, beneath which the names of the fifteen newly tapped members, who are Charles H. Avery, James W. Brooks, Carl T. Chester, Thomas S. Clarke, Robert W. Day, Henry S. Gulliver, William H. Hotchkiss, Almet F. Jenks, Dwight A. Jones, Frank H. Jones, John Patton, John S. Seymour, Edward C. Smith, Edward W. Southworth, and Charles Tillinghast. This list, by the way, tallies exactly with that in the Yale Banner for '74.