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'This desk was used by Randal. We cannot say he wrote his sermons here as I have seen only two sermons written by him. This desk is now is the parsonage at New Durham. Some of the partitions of the pigeon holes are said to have been put in by Randal himself.'
Also known as "Soldiers' Gate".
This desk was used by Randal. We cannot say he wrote his sermons here as I have seen only two sermons written by him. This desk is now is the parsonage at New Durham. Some of the partitions of the pigeon holes are said to have been put in by Randal himself.
'The Boody House was at one time the largest in the town. In the room at the right of the door the church was organized with seven members. The room still contains the table, the chair used by Randal. It is kept as near as possible in its original condition.' Once Used as a Church by Benjamin Randal, one of the Founders of the Free Will Baptists and Storer College.
'This is the present church at New Durham. It was built about 1817. the foundation is as solid as that of the old church. The ledge showing in many places.' Free Will Baptists were one of the founders of Storer College.
'The grave of Randal and his wife was marked by a plain stone. The present monument was erected September 14, 1859.' One of the Founders of Storer College.
Soon after the Civil War, John Storer contributed $10,000 towards establishing a college in Harpers Ferry, W. Va. This institution of higher learning was the first college below the Mason- Dixon Line to accept students "without distinction of race or color". The school bears the name of it's principle benefactor,  Storer College.
First Row:  Mrs. Brackett, Mr. McKinney, Mr. Winters, Mr. McDonald, Mr. Ware, Mr. Peregoy. Second Row: Mrs. Lightner, Miss Simms, Miss Johnston, Miss Brady, Mrs. McDonald, Miss Brown, Mr. Peregoy.
Lewis B. Stillman, born February 14, 1863, died April 25, 1943.
Group shot of students in caps and gowns sitting on the Storer College lawn.
"Was this the first Storer Pennant?" Mr. Peregoy, Mrs. McDonald, Pres. McDonald, Mrs. Lightner, Mr. Ware, Miss Smith, Mr. Winters, Rev. Wood, Page, Nickens, Miss Brown, Miss Brady, Miss Sims, Frances Mcdonald, Green, Newby, Mrs. Carter, Johnson, Brown, Southall, Brunswick, Powell, Freeman.