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Photograph of the Library Science Class at Millikin University

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Photograph of the Library Science class at Millikin University taken in 1906. First row, left to right: Anne Boyd, Verna Brooks, Minnie Redmon, Jessie Ferguson. Second Row: Eugenia Allin, unknown, Estelle Bryant, unknown.

Photograph taken at the Millikin University Library Ground Breaking

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Photograph taken at the Millikin University library ground breaking on November 6th, 1930. Left to right: Rev. E.W. Clippinger, REv. G.A. Papperman, Dr. S.E. McClelland, O.B. Gorin, J.P. Gorin, A.M. Waggoner, Miss Eugenia Allin, Dr. J.H. White.

Photograph of Mrs. Lillian Merrill

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Photograph of Mrs. Lillian Merrill; died May 12th, 1939. Dean of women at Millikin University for 19 years. She came to Millikin from Wooster, Ohio in 1912 and in addition to serving as dean of women she had charge of Aston Hall. She retired from…

Photograph of Eugenia Allin

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Photograph of Eugenia Allin, the first librarian of Millikin University. Photo taken on June 12th, 1955.

Photograph of Harold A. Cole

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Photograph of Harold A. Cole. Cole became piano and pipe organ instructor at Millikin University in September of 1909. He was a graduate of New England Conservatory of Music in Boston.

Photograph of Mrs. Minerva Albert R. Taylor

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Photograph of Mrs. Minerva Albert R. Taylor Born 1849; d. 4/21/1938; married to Albert Taylor, 1873. Mr. Taylor was the first President of Millikin University.

Photograph of Dr. Albert R. Taylor.

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Photograph of Dr. Albert R. Taylor. Born 10/16/1846; died 8/12/1929; married Minerva Dent, 1873. Education founder of Millikin University and president from 1901-1913 and from 1915-1919. Member of Cumberland Presbyterian church.