The Women's College Club of Princeton NJ


General Meeting – March 16, 2015 – Kenneth Woodrow Henke speaker

March 16, 2015 Kenneth Woodrow Henke on  “Princeton Seminary, over 200 years: Its Story and Stories”

Princeton has long been the home of important institutions, especially in the fields of education and research.  Among them is Princeton Theological Seminary, a major center of religious and theological instruction, which from its earliest days has attracted students from all over the country and from around the world.

The program explored the fascinating history behind the establishment and growth of this Princeton institution and some of the highly interesting people who have been associated with it over the years.  The presenter was Kenneth Woodrow Henke, archivist and curator of Special Collections, at the Princeton Theological Seminary Library.

We met at 1:00 p.m. at All Saints Episcopal Church in Princeton.  Guests were always welcome.

Barbara Johnson


5096.5096. Princeton Theological Seminary Library Archivist Talk - March 16, 2015


(Photo credits: Nora Ananos)


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