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' - ' « ' -•,:. .i ' a:; ' ; ' -- ' - lf§1 1 11$$ life 1b 1858 The New Campus at Jackson C c orewora (T7 jITH the hope that we shall be inspired by the vJC glorious history of our school, we present this, the Historical Issue of the Yoncopin. In turning through these pages, may the students of today be reminded of occasions dear to them, and may old graduates experience happy memories of days long past. If this aim is accomplished, then our labor shall not have been in vain. ski
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S lt wPm£ Ms ' g p - y nM il ' ' 11 ImBHMh 1841 Campus at Brandon Springs. Mis = iss.ppi OxplanatioYi of C keme N THIS, the Historical Issue of the Toncopin, the division pages present five outstanding men in the history of Centenary, each one representing an era in its development, from its founding as a Methodist Institution on down through the trying years to the pres- ent day with Dr. George S. Sexton as president. The introductory drawings represent the development of the College, from the first building, an old condemned courthouse in Jackson, Louisiana, to the more modern campus of 1908 at Shreveport— where the present campus development started. In turning the pages of this book, the theme of progress through the 107 years of the growth of the Centenary is revealed to you. The historical data for this volume was taken from William Ham- ilton Nelson s book, " A Burning Torch and a Flaming Fire, A His- tory of Centenary College, " to whom we extend our grateful ac- knowledgments. WmS mSBSKBm
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fc ' HE 1 oncopin staff and student body are doing a most com- mendable piece of work, in this year ' s Annual. You are giving recognition to some of those who, in the past, moved by their ideals and visions, lived sacrificial lives in serving Centenary College. While one might be able to gather the cold statistical facts concern- ing the progress of this century-old institution, its real history can not be transferred to our historical pages by the use of the printer ' s ink- The great achievement was in building human character and producing a cultural and spiritual life so indispensable in establish- ing a citizenship. In this informal way, I desire to commend and congratulate you for your wisdom shown and the painstaking work done in producing the " Yoncopin " for 1932. QEORGE S. SEXTON, President. A Si wm la!
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