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Elizabeth Mead relinquished the presidency of the college in 1900 into the capable hands of Mary Emma Woolley. Woolley made many significant contributions to the college both in terms of curricular and physical change. Woolley’s tenure saw the largest single land acquisition in the history of the college, built 19 new buildings and purchased or renovated many others. During this time the college also began planning for a major campus redesign—one that could not be implemented because of a worldwide economic depression.

 

 

     
 

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