Education In New York

Western District

GRADUATES of the COLLEGE of PHYSICIANS and SURGEONS of the WESTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
1-7.0673 Students Earning the Degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1826 included Julius Rowley

Madison County, NY

Cazenovia Seminary, 1877

Cazenovia Seminary celebrated its semi-centennial jubilee with a book (1877) which sketches the biographies of some of its distinguished alumni, and included a catalogue of all students from its organization in 1824 to the close of the 1875 academic year.
Spencer # StudentFromYearSpouseCurrent Residence
Rowley, Olive B.Fabius, NY.1855George Gallinger, Farmer. Fabius
Rowley, Lydia C.Fayetteville, NY.1856Henry PrattFayetteville
Rowley, Jennie E.Munnsville, NY 1870

Cazenovia Seminary, Class of 1925

Photograph Student & Spencer #Residence Comment
Edward Rowley,
possibly
1-7.0053/10.025
Geneva, NY
Philomathesian
"Eddie" as he is known to most of us will long be remembered as a friend and chum. He is one of the squarest fellows in the Seminary, and is not known to have a single enemy. Eddie is a second Thomas Jefferson in that he has a remarkable ability to write. Yet Thomas Jefferson was a poor public speaker, which cannot be said of "Ed." A great many of us make an attempt at Elocution, but Eddie is a real speaker. Our best wishes go with you Eddie.
Lora Rowley,
probably daughter of
1-7.0053/09.009
Fabius, NY
Adelphian
Basketball '25
Secretary the Senior Class
Is "Lorrie" good-natured? Well, I guess. Is she obliging? Most certainly. What does she intend to do? Well, she's going to Syracuse University next year to take a course in Domestic Science. I wonder why. Many friends? Yes, even boys. And what would the Senior Class do without Lora as their secretary? We can't imagine. Good success to you, Lora

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