Paul W. Zimmerman graduated Kokomo High School in 1941 with a full scholarship to Herron School of Art at Indiana University. Earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1946, he received…

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Born in southern China, Yung Wing attended missionary schools starting at age seven. At 13, he entered Morrison School led by Connecticut minister S. R. Brown. When Brown left China…

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Rev. John James McCook was an Episcopal minister, college professor, and social reformer. The Fighting McCooks John James McCook was born in New Lisbon, Ohio, the youngest in a family…

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After earning his PhD from Yale (1873), Charles S. Hastings studied in Germany and France. Professor In 1876, he joined the newly-established Johns Hopkins University as an associate. Eight years…

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Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet is recognized as the father of deaf education in the United States. He earned undergraduate and graduate degrees from Yale University. After graduating from Andover Theological Seminary,…

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Edward Miner Gallaudet was the son of Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, founder of the American School for the Deaf, and Sophia Fowler, one of his early pupils. After graduating from Hartford…

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Born in Hartford, Henry Barnard attended Hopkins Grammar School, Monson Academy, and Yale College. After Yale, he prepared for the law and was admitted to the bar in 1836. Connecticut…

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