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Philo Penfield Stewart and his teacher the Reverend John Jay Shipherd founded the Oberlin Colony and Collegiate Institute (subsequently Oberlin College) in 1833. This bas-relief plaster portrait of Stewart was made from life by William John Keep.

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This miniature drawing was done in ink with brushes by Charles H. Churchill, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy at Oberlin College from 1856-1897. "Finney's Tent" illustrates Professor Charles Grandison Finney's large tent used for…

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Charles Grandison Finney (1792-1875),flamboyant evangelist of the Second Great Awakening, came to the Oberlin Collegiate Institute (subsequently Oberlin College) in 1835. He served as its second President from 1851-1865.For nearly a decade, from 1824…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

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In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…

Dissent_not_crime_ca1970.jpg
In the weeks after the tragedy at Kent State, Oberlin students in Professor Paul Arnold's printmaking classes created screenprint posters to express their horror and protest in response to the student deaths and to those of Americans, Vietnamese and…
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