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Encyclopedia of Baldwin Wallace University History: Personnel - C

An Index of Historical Content and Their Sources

Clark, Frank L.

Citation: Thomas. A. Stiger, ed., The X Ray (Berea, OH: Baldwin University, 1896), p. 19.

Frank L. Clark was born in Ogden, Monroe Co., N. Y. He was educated at the A. M. Chesbro Seminary, Chili, N.Y., and at the State Normal and Training School, Brockport, N.Y., being graduated from the latter in June, 1890. The same year he entered Amherst college, from which he was graduated with the degree of A. B. in June, 1894.

From January 1, 1895, till June of the same year Mr. Clark was teacher of Classics and German in the Cleveland Home School for Boys, Cleveland, O. Thence he was called to Baldwin University.

Collier, George F.

Citation: Thomas. A. Stiger, ed., The X Ray (Berea, OH: Baldwin University, 1896), p. 21.

George F. Collier. Source: Page 11, 1917 Grindstone.

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G. F. Collier, Professor of Literature, was born in Durant, Iowa, [the date of his birth was not furnished.-Editors.] His father was at one time a member of the North Ohio Conference, but in 1879 he became a chaplain in the United States Army and was stationed in North Dakota until his retirement. The Professor's college education began at Hamline, near St. Paul, Minnesota, where he attended for three years. In the fall of 1889 he entered Ohio Wesleyan University, from which he graduated in 1892, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Science. The next three years were spent in Harvard, where he received the A. B. and A. M. degrees. In the summer of 1895 he received his call to Baldwin University. Although the Professor has been with us but a year, he has succeeded in getting his department into excellent shape.