Westbrook Seminary, Campus Engraving, ca. 1862Item 29216 info
Abplanalp Library, UNE
In the spring of 1862 Julia Quinby resumed her studies at Westbrook Seminary serving as an "assistant pupil."
She remained through the next six terms with tuition costs per term ranging from $5 to $6.
She attended classes at the Seminary Building and devotional exercises at the chapel.
Julia boarded in Stevens Plains with the Levi and Charles E. Morrill family, although Goddard Hall had opened in 1858 and was divided by a brick wall from cellar to attic to separate males and females.