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Crozer Theological Seminary
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|Presidents:|| Reverend Henry G. Weston
- First President
Milton G. Evans (formerly Dean) (? - 1934)
Reverend James H. Franklin (1934 - 1940 - ?) [Picture]
Dr. Bliss (Years: ? - ?)
Rev. James B. Pritchard in July 1942 came from Parkside Methodist Church to occupy the chair of Old Testament History and Exegesis.
Kenneth L. Smith
Faculty in October 1940: [Picture]
Dr. William R. McNutt
Averett, Ernest Young (1932-1936)
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1948-1951)
Rev. David A. MacQueen (1941-1944)
The Reverend David B. Nickerson (Graduated 1957)
Maurice Stadtfeld, b. 20 July 1862 [Photo
taken at Crozer]
opened October 2, 1868.
The building was originally constructed in 1857 by John P. Crozer as a Normal School. During the Civil War it served as a US Army Hospital. After 1865 Crozer Theological Seminary operated until 1970 when it relocated to Rochester, NY to merge with the ecumenical Colgate-Rochester Seminary. The building still stands as a part of the Crozer Chester Medical Center campus.
Click here to visit the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School's website.
"EDUCATION FOR SERVICE" IS THE WAY OF LIFE At Crozer, a Forward-Looking Theological Seminary; Article and pictures from The Delaware County Advocate, October 1940
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This page last updated 06/13/07