History of Tufts College, 1854-1896

Start, Alaric Bertrand
1896

WILLIAM P. DREW, A.M.

WILLIAM P. DREW, A.M.

WILLIAM P. DREW was a son of the Rev. William A. Drew, who at the time of the founding of Tufts was editor of the "Gospel Banner."

In organizing the first Faculty of the college, Mr. Drew was chosen Professor of Ancient Languages and Classical Literature, and held this position until 1857, when he resigned.

WILLIAM P. DREW was a son of the Rev. William A. Drew, who at the time of the founding of Tufts was editor of the "Gospel Banner."

In organizing the first Faculty of the college, Mr. Drew was chosen Professor of Ancient Languages and Classical Literature, and held this position until 1857, when he resigned.

 
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 Dedication
 PREFACE.
collapseHISTORICAL NARRATIVE
collapseBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF LETTERS
collapseBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE FACULTY OF THE DIVINITY SCHOOL
collapseBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE FACULTY OF THE MEDICAL SCHOOL.
collapseFRATERNITIES,REPRESENTED AT TUFTS COLLEGE, IN THE ORDER OF THEIR ESTABLISHMENT.
collapseTRUSTEES AND OTHER OFFICERS

Published by the Class of 1897. The original contains appendices with a directory of alumni, the college catalog, and the college charter. These were not included in this addition.

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