Crawford, Jack Randall, b. 1878, 1878--
Biography and History
Jack Randall Crawford was an American author and critic. He graduated from Princeton University with the Class of 1901 and earned his A.M. degree also from Princeton in 1905. In 1911 he was awarded the John Addison Porter Prize, which Yale University awards annually to the best work of scholarship in any field "where it is possible, through original effort, to gather and relate facts or principles, or both, and to present the results in such a literary form as to make the product of general human interest."
Source: From the finding aid for C1322
Call Number: C1322
Consists of twenty-four letters of Jack Randall Crawford, Princeton Class of 1901, to his friend Mason A. Stone, who was a student at Yale University.