Contributed by Abplanalp Library, UNE
Members of the Westbrook Seminary Class of 1890 include: Hervey Hastings Hoyt (Peabody, Kansas), Minnie Augusta Rankin (East Hiram) Abbie Frances Holding (Deering) , John Murray Quinby (Augusta), Sewell Baker Kilburn (Portland), Helen Louise Flint (East Hiram), Fred Strorer Walker (Westbrook), Frank Wilson Lamb (Cumberland Mills), Virgil Louis Leighton (W. Falmouth), Lucy Edna Greenlaw (Cumberland Mills), Lillian May Weeks (Westbrook), Clara Jordon Jones (Deering), Charles Storer Knight (Deering), Ora Gates, and Mae Florence Thayer (Portland).
Westbrook Seminary was founded in 1831 and began in a section of Westbrook that became Deering and was later annexed to Portland. In the 20th century, the institution moved from coeducational seminary to girls' school, to junior college for women, to college, and in 1996 became part of the University of New England.
About This Item
- Title: Class of 1890, Westbrook Seminary
- Creation Date: 1890
- Subject Date: 1890
- Location: Portland, Cumberland County, ME
- Media: Ink on paper
- Local Code: Photos: Class of 1890
- Collection: Westbrook College History Collection
- Object Type: Image
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Standardized Subject Headings
- University of New England. Westbrook College Campus
- Westbrook College
- Westbrook Seminary--People
- Westbrook Junior College
- Universities & colleges--Maine
- Group portraits
- Flint, Helen L.
- Gates, Ora
- Greenlaw, Lucy E.
- Holding, Abbie F.
- Hoyt, Hervey H.
- Jones, Clara G.
- Kilburn, Sewell B.
- Knight, Charles S.
- Lamb, Frank W.
- Leighton, Virgil L.
- Quinby, John M.
- Rankin, Minnie A.
- Thayer, Mae F.
- Walker, Fred S.
- Weeks, Lillian M.
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