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A Short Study of Waterloo

 Item — Folder: SC164-GLAS-001
Identifier: SC164-GLAS

Scope and Contents

Glasgow wrote “A Short Study of Waterloo” in 1900. The volume is a printed essay with handwritten edits and comments. It was donated to Holy Cross by Mrs. John F. Jandron, whose husband John F. Jandron attended Holy Cross for two years until he left to play professional baseball for the Waltham Professional Nine.


  • 1900


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Biographical Note

Edward Brodie Glasgow, (1843-1915) was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1843. He graduated from Yale University in 1863, and then went on to teach at the Highland Military Academy in Worcester. He studied law at Columbia Law School graduating in 1870. Glasgow practiced law in Worcester. He served as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives in 1889-90.


1 Volumes

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Acquisition Note

Donated by Mrs. John F. Jandron at an unknown date.

February 2018
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