Series MS 01.185 - Lawrence Fox, Class of 1931 Alumni Materials

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US US-IaGG MS 01.185

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Lawrence Fox, Class of 1931 Alumni Materials

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Iowa College was founded in Davenport, Iowa in 1846, by a group of ministers from Andover Seminary. This group of eleven misters called themselves The Iowa Band. The college opened its doors in 1848, admitted its first students in 1850, and graduated its first two students in 1854. The college relocated to Grinnell, Iowa, in 1858 and reopened its doors in 1861. The name of the college changed to Grinnell College in 1909.

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Donated by Lynn Fox, daughter-in-law of Lawrence P. Fox; February 2018.

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MS 01.184 James B. Fox '1965 Papers are the papers of Lawrence's son.

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