Long Beach: the college, 1932. Hardcover. 196p., hardbound in 11x8.5 inch boards decorated in pale yellow with rulings blind; the normal yearbook format with b&w portraits and journalism on coated paperstock. Scattered greetings and autographs. Covers are very dusty and somewhat edgeworn, ownership legend on half-title page ("D. Dod"), a good copy. --A word on book's design and production: as acknowledge in the Foreword, endsheets and dividers are inspired by Rockwell Kent images of maritime life; quite successful if not perfect, and if sailing a little too close to straight-out copy-cat craft.
The brief foreword by Cullen and manager Donald Squires specifically credits "modernism and progress" as "the inkpots into which we have dipped our pens to produce this book"