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Joint Special Comm. on Petition of Williams College. Report, 1842
Senate No. 19 A five man Joint Special Committee heard the petition from Williams College and its supporters for help rebuilding a dormitory that
had burned. The Committee reported that Williams had always tried to provide an affordable education and operated on a shoestring budget, so there was
no extra money to rebuild. The College submitted a financial statement to prove it. The Committee waxed eloquent on education in general, Williams'
role, and the history of the school and submitted: Resolve on the petition of the President and the Trustees of Williams College, 1842. A sum of
$15,000 be allowed in payments of $3,000 every July for the next five years. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the Library
of Congress).
Title:   The joint special committee to whom was referred the petition of the president and trustees of Williams College, for aid to enable them to rebuild one of the college halls recently destroyed by fire ... respectfully ask leave to present the following report ...
OCLC Number:   1422022498
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