Monmouth College - Ravelings Yearbook (Monmouth, IL)

 - Class of 1894

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f^i^toFij o! nionn^outl^ GolkgE. ONMOUTM COLLEGE is denominational but not sectarian. As a Colle3;e it is United Presbyterian, yet it enforces no /.v // It is characterized by a spirit oE Loyalty to its own and Liberality to others. Its sphere is, the Church, the Community, and the World. Its answer to the first question in the College catechism " What is Education? " is, " It is a threefold development of body, mind and spirit. ' " here mentioned in the order of their importance, physical, mental, r.Toral. Its distinctive feature as an Educational Institution is summed up in the word, ' ' Christian. ' ' It emphasizes the idea of educating the moral sense and conscience. It boldly asserts that .spiritual power is better than that of body and mind combined, but that the education of all three together is the best — the only true education. Such ideas gave birth to Monmouth College In the belief of such principles its foundations were laid, and during all the years of its history the aim of the College has been to accomplish this end. In its early history Jvlonmouth College flourished under various and more unassuming titles. While it was ambitious it did not claim to be a University from the day of its birth. It was Unown by the modest names of Grammar School, High School, or Academy. The first meeting to organize was held iVIonday, May gth, 1S53, in what was then the basement of the old Presbyterian Church — but recently converted into an Opera house. The school first occupied a modest frame building which stood just north of what was then the Baldwin House — now the Richardson. Here, on the first Monday of Novem- ber, 1833, the school opened and the worl; began. Such was Monmouth College in cinhryo. At first the young institution, in one respeut at least, imitated the greatest of Greek philosophers. It was somewhat peripatetic. It moved about. It had no abiding place. The following summer the school was removed to the basement of the Presbyterian church. Then, after two years, it moved to occupy a District School House then standing on the ground now occupied by the Y. M. C. A. build- ing. The next move was into a house of its own, the Old Academy building — still standing in the northwest part of the city, now used as the manufactory of an article which is an aid to that which is " ne.xt to godliness. " Here it remained for a number of years, and then it finally rem Dved to its present grand horns with its spacious buildings and beautiful surroundings. The real history of Monmouth College began Jan. ist, 1856. At that time there was elected what was called a full faculty. Rev. D. A. Wallace was elected President; Rev. J. R. Brown, Professor of Languages, and Rev. Marion Mor- rison, Professor of Mathematics. In the 38 years following there have been but two administrations of the College Dr. Wallace continued to be president for tweuty-two years. To write his biography during that time would be to write the

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