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Arthur C. Boyden

Arthur C. Boyden

Item Information

Title:
Arthur C. Boyden
Description:
Arthur C. Boyden half portrait, facing left.
Name on Item:
[photographed by] Charles H. King
Date:
[ca. 1898]
Format:
Photographs
Genre:
Photographic prints
Cabinet photographs
Portrait photographs
Location:
Bridgewater State University, Maxwell Library
Archives & Special Collections
Collection (local):
Bridgewater State Normal School and College Principals and Presidents
Subjects:
Teachers colleges
Teachers
College administrators
Boyden, Arthur C. (Arthur Clarke), 1852-1933
Places:
MassachusettsPlymouth (county)Bridgewater
Extent:
1 photographic print on pressboard mount : b&w ; photograph 15 x 10 cm., mount 17 x 11 cm.
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Notes:
Arthur Clarke Boyden (1852-1933) succeeded his father as Principal of Bridgewater State Normal School in 1906. When the school was renamed Bridgewater State Teachers College in 1932, Boyden officially became the school's first president. An 1871 graduate of the Normal School, A.C. Boyden taught briefly in Boston before returning to Bridgewater as a teacher, becoming assistant principal in 1896. After the December 1924 fire, which destroyed a number of school buildings, A.C. Boyden led the campaign to rebuild the campus. Boyden's death in 1933 ended the connection between the Boydens and Bridgewater that had lasted for over seventy years.
Identifier:
VMC001-006