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After graduating from IU, Miller became a tutor at Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky. Later he was a professor of mathematics and ancient languages at Columbia College in Missouri. In 1841, with his health failing, he undertook a trip to…

Clockwise starting at top) Theophilus Adam Wylie, Elisha Ballantine, Daniel Kirkwood, Amzi Atwater, Cyrus Morris Dodd, Richard Owen. (At center) IU President Cyrus Nutt.

Freshman placing the freshman class colors (in the form of a flag) in a tree within Dunn's Woods. The view is west with Kirkwood Observatory just visible through the trees at center.

In this version of the Class Scrap the sophomores had one hour…

This version of the Class Scrap was a game of Capture the Flag. Note the student atop the pole trying to save the flag.

Broadside Regarding the Class Scrap.

Broadside mentions the "Burning of Horace" which was the original impetus to the Class Scrap.

Broadside Regarding the Class Scrap called "Burning of Horace"

First woman student and first woman to become a member of the faculty of Indiana University.

Morrison came to Indiana University in 1867 and graduated with the AB degree in 1869. From 1873 thru 1875 she was an Adjunct Professor of English…

Pages two and three of the 1829 catalog. Page four is blank.

1st page of the 1829 catalog (folio). This is the first known catalog of Indiana University. Note that the catalog also mentions the University's first President, Andrew Wylie.

The class motto above the image of the campus reads, in full: "VINCIT QUI PATITUR".

The image of two buildings at center shows the last two building on the old Seminary Campus that was located at Second Street and College Avenue. The building on…