The History of the Yale Club of New York : A Century at 50 Vanderbilt Avenue, Privately Printed, 2014, Legendary Publishing Group. By John Steinbreder, with a foreword by David McCullough. 185 page hardcover issued without a dust jacket in very good condition. A very high quality and lavishly illustrated history of the Yale Club in New York. The Yale Club was designed by Jame Gamble Rogers (Yale class of 1889), an architect who designed much of the Yale Campus. The book delves into this great building floor by floor and gives a good feel for what makes it so special. As McCullough writes in the foreword, "But what is so remarkable is that inside the skyscraper club house, right in the middle of the great, often overwhelming city of New York, the effect is very like what you feel within one of Yale's residential colleges, in the middle of the great and at times overwhelming university." The images of the Grill and Tap rooms capture the intimacy and warmth of the locations, as the book describes it, "a college feel--Yaleness." A fabulous book, and difficult to find.