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F O R E W O R D [[IMAGE]] TODAY THE CLASS OF JUNE 1921, IS ONE CO-ORDINATE ORGANIZATION. TOMORROW IT BECOMES EIGHTEEN SEPERATE BITS OF INDIVIDUALITY, SWALLOWED UP BY THE GREAT OUTSIDE LIFE, AND SPREAD POSSIBLY TO THE FOUR CORNERS OF THE EARTH. FOR THE MEMORY OF THAT ORGANIZATION, THE FOUR YEARS SPENT AT BOOKER WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL and THE INTERESTS CENTERED THERE, THE EXCELSIOR OF JUNE '21 IS WRITTEN. -THE CLASS PAGE TWO
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