San Francisco: the school, 1920. 64p., larger-than-usual mugshots (smaller than usual studentbody), coated paperstock throughout with pix of ceremonial occasions and much clowning, slate-grey textured boards titled gilt. A bit edgeworn with some abrasion to spinefold, a very good clean copy with zero inscriptions or names.
"January 28. Mrs. Diana Watts gave a remarkable demonstation of the vital importance of the diaphragm in connection with Greek art," per p. 53.