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HISTORY OF HILLSDALE COLLEGE

BY HON. JOHN C. PATTERSON, 1883

Prof. John H. Butler, A. M., was professor of the Latin language and literature from 1876 until 1880. Prof. Joseph W. Manck, A. M., was professor of the Greek language and literature from 1876 until 1879, and professor of- the Latin language and literature from 1880 until 1882. Prof. Francis L. Hayes, A. B., has been professor of the Greek language and literature during the last two years. The following' persons have filled the position of tutor in the college: George S. Bradley, A. M., Cyrus Jordan, A. M., Bela P. McKoon, A. M., now professor in Cornell University. Bruce S. Hunting, A. M., now professor in Berea College, Ky., John H. Butler, A. M., and John S. Downey, M. S., now professor in the State University of Minnesota. The following named ladies have filled the position of principal of the ladies' department. Mrs. Virginia G. Ramsey, .......... 1855 until 1856
Miss Delia R. Whipple, '........... 1856 - 1858
Miss Eliba A. Sandford............. 1858 - 1861
Miss Jane W. Hoyt, A. M., ......... 1861 - 1864
Hiss Julia Moore, ................. 1864 - 1865
Mrs. Marie Cooper Pierce, ...... 1865 - 1866
Miss Ellen Smith, A. M..
now of Nebraska State University 1866 - 1867
Mrs. Julia Moore Jordan....... 1867 -1870
Miss Jane W. Hoyt, A. M., ..... 1870 - 1871
Miss H. Laura Rowe, A. M., ...... 1871 - 1873
Miss Marie Cooper Pierce, ........ 1873 - 1874
Miss Mary B. Phillips, A. M., ..... 1874 - 1881
Miss Clara P. Vance, ........... 1881 -1882
The following persons have been elected professors in the theological department: Rev. Ransom Dunn, D. D., Burr professor of systematic and pastoral theology.

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