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Albert J. Beveridge, 1885
Albert Jeremiah Beveridge was born on a farm on the border of Adams and Highland counties, Ohio, October 6, 1862. He was a U.S. Senator from Indiana and the author of numerous publications, but is best known as the author of the definitive Life of John Marshall.
Elijah E. Edwards, 1853
Elijah Edwards was born 26 January 1831 in Delaware, Ohio. During the Civil War he was Chaplain of the 7th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry. He was later the first president of the Colorado State Agricultural College, now Colorado State University.
Max Ehrmann, 1894
Ehrmann was born in Terre Haute on September 26, 1872. He was a poet and writer, best known for his poem, Desiderata.
Rae L. Donnelly, 1959
While at DePauw, Rae Lahti was a cheerleader, May Day queen, member of the Mortar Board, President of Alpha Omicron Pi, President of the Association of Women Students, a member of the Women's Recreation Association, Orchesis, Panhellenic and the Y.M.C.A.
M. Gladys Scott, 1927
M. Gladys Scott graduated from DePauw in 1927 where she majored in physical education. In 1937, she was the first woman to be awarded a doctorate in physical education from University of Iowa. She was head of the Department of Physical Education for Women for 21 years before her retirement in 1974.
Francis Walker, 1896
The Francis Walker papers consist of 281 letters written by Francis Walker; his wife, Mary; and seven of their nine children. The letters detail life at home in New Albany, Ind., where Rev. and Mrs. Walker operated a farm and nursery, cultivating fruit and flowers. College life at DePauw University is described by the four Walkers who attended.
Margaret Wright, 1935
Letters written home from DePauw with her twin sister, Dorothy in the 1930s.
Dorothy Wright, 1936
With twin sister Margaret, she wrote letters home.
Presidents of DePauw
This exhibit provides information about the presidents of DePauw University and Indiana Asbury University (its earlier name). Links in each president's page provide information on additional resources about the presidents.