This database contains alumni directories and yearbooks from Guilford College in North Carolina and Earlham College in Indiana.
Guilford College was founded in 1837 by the Society of Friends (Quakers) as the New Garden Boarding School to serve the children of Quakers in the area. The school became a four-year college in 1888.
Earlham College was founded in 1847 by the Society of Friends (Quakers) as a boarding school. The school became a college in 1859.
What You Can Find in These Records
Yearbook entries vary some but may provide at least a name, home town, photograph, and other details. Seniors sometimes get more detailed entries.
Entries in the alumni directory provide a name and years the alumnus attended school. Some also include an address, occupation, and other details.
The following abbreviations appear in the alumni directory:
- G graduate
- N student at New Garden Boarding School
- P registered in the Preparatory Department only
- S summer school only
- h home address
- bus business address
- m married
- * deceased
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