The Spyglass, Views and Reviews, 1924-1930: Selected and Edited by John Tyree Fain

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APPENDIX

The following list of contributors to the book page is incomplete. A great many of the shorter reviews were either unsigned or marked with initials which are no longer recognizable. Numbers after each name cover all identifiable reviews. V Member of Vanderbilt faculty or staff during book page years.

S Vanderbilt student during book page years. (Only two or three undergraduates contributed before graduation.)

F Vanderbilt student prior to book page years. (Most, but not all, so designated were associated with the Fugitive group.) T Member of the Tennessean staff.

Jane Allen5 Ashton Chapman21
John Paul Abbott (S)8 P.L. Cobb1
Walter P. Armstrong16 W.C. Cobb (S)6
George Bally (V)1 Hazel Cole2
William T. Bandy (S)6 Douglas H. Corley (V)6
William E. Barton1 Walter F. Coxe4
Denver Ewing Baughan (S)8 Compton Crook2
Maxwell Benson (S)6 Walter Clyde Curry (V)11
Dorothy Bethurum (F)1 Sidney Dalton2
Lucius J. Bircher (V)2 Malcolm Dana (V)1
Carlos Bissell (T)2 John Daniel (V)1
Lawrence Blair (F, V)1 Thomas H. Davidson11
A. G. Bowen1 William Davidson (S)1
Mildred Brantley (S)4 Ethel M. Davis2
Pollye Braswell4 Lillian Perrine Davis5
William R. Breyer13 Olivia Dorman1
Cleanth Brooks (S)1 Herbert Drennon (S)7
Byron C. Browder1 Ernest J. Eberling (V)2
O. E. Brown (V)1 John Tyree Fain (S)3
Helen Buquo3 Nell Fain (S)14
Charles Bell Burke2 James I. Finney (T)31
Irene Malone Cain8 D.F. Fleming (V)2
D. C. Cabeen (V)6 Walter L. Fleming (V)1
Thelma Campbell8 John Fletcher (V)7
Sam Carson (T)1 Charles E. Forbes (T)5
Thomas Carter (V)3 William Frierson (F)25

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