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HISTORY OF HILLSDALE COLLEGE

BY HON. JOHN C. PATTERSON, 1883

Rev. S. F. Smith. 1866-Rev. D. Al. Graham, 1807-Rev. James Caldev, 1807-1872. Rev. F. R. Gallagher, 1868-1870. Wm. Calder. 1870-1873. Rev. J. B. Drew, 1870-Rev. E. L. Howard, 1870-Rev. F. P. Augir, 1871-Rev. A. K. Moulton, 1871-1874. Franklin Mead. 1872-D. Al. Harvey. 1S72-B. Perkins, 1872-Linus Clark, 1872-Rev. I. Z. Haning. 1873-Rev. C. B. Mills, 1873-Rev. G. S. Bradley. 1874-Rev. I. B. Smith', 1874-Rev. D. W. C. Durgin, 1875-Rev. I. D. Stewart, 1875-Rev. D. Al. Stuart, 1875- Hon. E. L. Koon, 1875-Rev. G. H. Ball, 1876-Ilon. John C. Patterson, 1876-Hon. William E. Ambler. 1878-Rev. John B. Lash, 1878-Judge O. A. Jaynes, 1878-Charles P. Griffin, 1877-Frank P. Wells, 1877-1882. Hon. B. F. McKenney, 1879-Rev. George P>. Holt. 1870-Elon G. Reynolds, 1879-Hon. David Emery, 1879-Hugh Cook, 1880-Rev. Jerome B. Higbee, 1880-Hon. Martin P. Stockwell, 1881-Hon. John S. Hart, 1881-Prof. Joseph W. Manch, 1881-Nicholas Vineyard, 1881-Jonathan Kitchen, 1882-Hon. B. F. Holey, 1882.
PROFESSORSHIPS
Several professorships have been wholly or partially endowed by a separate fund. The Alumni Professorship of logic and belles lettres, has been nearly endowed by the Alumni and Alumnae of the college. The Burr Professorship of systematic and pastoral theology has been endowed by the denomination. The sum of three thousand dollars towards the fund was given by the general conference of 1863, from moneys derived from the printing establishment. It was named in honor of William Burr, of Dover, N. H., then editor of the Morning Star, and manager of the denominational printing concern, through whose management the fund had been accumulated-. Individuals contributed the balance of the fund. The Marks Professorship of ecclesiastical history is named after Elder David Marks. Vigorous, efforts are now being made to complete the fund. The Waldron Professorship of Latin has been fully endowed by the wife, brother, and sisters of the late Hon. Henry Waldron. Air. Waldron had determined to make provisions for the college, but died suddenly without making the necessary papers. His heirs at law, knowing his intentions, generously carried out his wishes.

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