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David Sutherland Hibbard

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There were fifteen boys that first morning. The equipment consisted of four desks about ten feet long, two tables and two chairs, a few McGuffey’s Readers, a few geographies, arithmetics and ninth-grade grammars. I was President; Mrs. Hibbard was the faculty.
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A comment made by David Hibbard after the school's founding, Carson, Arthur L. (1965), Silliman University 1901-1959, United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia, p.1

 
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