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|description=Reproduction of a group portrait of the first graduating class of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, ca. 1855-1860. The Christian Church founded Antioch College in 1852. The college admitted its first students (both male and female) the following year. Antioch's first president was Horace Mann, a nationally-known expert on education in the nineteenth century. Although the Christian Church was instrumental in the college's start, Antioch soon became known for providing a nonsectarian education.
 
|description=Reproduction of a group portrait of the first graduating class of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, ca. 1855-1860. The Christian Church founded Antioch College in 1852. The college admitted its first students (both male and female) the following year. Antioch's first president was Horace Mann, a nationally-known expert on education in the nineteenth century. Although the Christian Church was instrumental in the college's start, Antioch soon became known for providing a nonsectarian education.
 
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|source=Ohio Historical Society SC 19, AL00147 from the Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio Collection.
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Reproduction of a group portrait of the first graduating class of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, ca. 1855-1860. The Christian Church founded Antioch College in 1852. The college admitted its first students (both male and female) the following year. Antioch's first president was Horace Mann, a nationally-known expert on education in the nineteenth century. Although the Christian Church was instrumental in the college's start, Antioch soon became known for providing a nonsectarian education.

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Ohio History Connection SC 19, AL00147 from the Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio Collection.

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