Wallace, A. G.; Hays, I. N. The Jefferson Class of 1847: Fortieth Anniversary; History, by the Rev. A. G. Wallace, D. D.; Oration, by the Rev. I. N. Hays, D. D. Washington, Pa.: H. F. Ward, Book and Job Printer, 1888. First Edition. 
Black pebble cloth boards with gilt title to front, 9 x 6 inches, floral pattern end papers, b/w reproduced photo of attendees as frontispiece. 84 generally clean pp., a few brief additional notes or marks handwritten on a few pages; several printed errata slips tipped in. Two pages with offsetting shadows from an item at one time laid in (now absent). Very good. Hardcover.
OCLC records two locations.
The men at the reunion were John Campbell, James G. Dickson, Lafferty Greer, Isaac N. Hays, A. B. Maxwell, James L. Rodgers, Samuel Simmons, Robert Sutton, W. Graydon Smith, W. G. Taylor, A. G. Wallace, and W. W. Wilson.
Includes brief biographical accounts of the members of the Class of 1847.
Now Washington & Jefferson College, Jefferson College in Canonsburg, Washington Co., Pennsylvania, was one of three log colleges begun in the county by Presbyterian missionaries in the 1790's. It was founded by the Rev. John McMillan in 1792 amidst the troubles of the Whiskey Rebellion of western Pennsylvania, and soon came to be called the Canonsburg Academy. Rev. McMillan was president and instructor for some twenty years, and when in 1802 the name was changed to Jefferson College, he was made a Trustee . A rivalry of sorts between the Washington College and the Jefferson College ended after the American Civil War, with both colleges suffering financial troubles, and merging into one in 1865.