A coffee-table-size book chronicling the history of our beloved College coincides with the institution’s sesquicentennial celebration in 2020 and 2021. This attractive 200-plus page keepsake chronicles the life of the College since the mid-1800s. Starting with the ill-fated Franklin College following the Civil War, it tells a remarkable story ranging from local Quakers purchasing a partially finished building and adjacent land for $11,334 to WC gaining international acclaim when our students built Marble Hall, all the way to the College’s ongoing renaissance in the 21st century. The book offers a unique insight into the school’s extraordinary history through a blend of compelling narrative and side stories illustrating milestone events and transformational personalities complemented by historic photographs and tantalizing tidbits and trivia.
Wilmington College: Celebrating 150 Years is available for order by using the form below or by sending a check for $49.99 ($64.99 if you would like it shipped) to:
1870 Quaker Way
Wilmington, OH 45177
Please include the memo: “150th Book.”
It is available for pickup on campus at Galvin Alumni House or we will ship it anywhere in the U.S. for an additional $15 ($64.99 total). The book is also available for sale at the Campus Bookstore and Clinton County History Center.