Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Meeting of Rollins College Charter Faculty
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N 28° 35.638 W 081° 20.849
17R E 466023 N 3163051
Quick Description: One of several historical plaques located on this college campus.
Location: Florida, United States
Date Posted: 8/26/2009 8:19:14 AM
Waymark Code: WM73A5
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member paintfiction
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Long Description:
In commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the first meeting of the Charter Faculty of Rollins College held on this site 2 November 1880 and in recognition of the contribution to the establishment of Rollins made by its members.

Edward Payson Hooker, AM, BD, DD (1834-1904)
Middlebury College and Andover Theolgical Seminary

Louise Maria Abbott (1836-1912)
Female Seminary and Sauveur School Burlington, Vermont

Nathan Barrows, AM, MD (1830-1900)
Western Reserve University

William Webster Lloyd, AB (1864-)
Belott College

Annie Waldron Morton (1856-1891)
Normal School Massachusetts

This tablet placed here by the faculty of Rollins College
2 November 1935
Marker Number: none

Date: 1935

County: Orange

Marker Type: City

Sponsored or placed by: Rollins College Faculty

Website: Not listed

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