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January 10, 2013


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Thank you for documenting this information! I recently found my great great aunt and uncle's belongings connected to Central Normal College and have gained some understanding. In 1932, Adaline Bristow Wood and Dr. Waldo Wood were founding members of Sigma Phi Kappa Delta at CNC where the both attended. I descended from the Bristows, Adaline was the sister of my great grandmother Alma Bristow Orr. I will head to Danville to visit whatever remains to see, and consider donating some of their belongings.

Dominique King

Glad you enjoyed my article, Julie. I would think that the folks at the Hendricks County Historical Museum and in Danville's Carnegie Library (they have a great Indiana history room and collection - http://www.midwestguest.com/2013/01/checking-out-the-carnegie-library-in-danville-indiana.html ) would be able to help you learn more about what still exists in the area and about the college's history.

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