2 edition of history of Williams College found in the catalog.
history of Williams College
Spring, Leverett Wilson
|Statement||by Leverett Wilson Spring ...|
|LC Classifications||LD6073 .S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 341,  p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||17015570|
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History of Williams The chartering of Williams College in was an act of faith and certainly an act surpassing the modest intentions of Colonel Ephraim Williams, for whom the college is named. (See also the Williams College Archives and Special Collections online exhibit The Life of Ephraim Williams, Jr.).
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This book tells the story of the beginnings, the blossoming, and the eventual banishment of fraternities at Williams College, together with the ensuing transformation of Williams, based in Williamstown, Massachusetts, as the old fraternal order was replaced with a new residential system in the nineteen-sixties and after/5(12).The Chapin Library’s holdings are stored and cataloged distinct from those of other libraries at Williams.
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