This paper will be covering the infrastructure of Franklin College and cover some of the changes to the campus and why the changes happened. Most of the information this paper is based upon came from articles found in Franklin College’s Archives. My archival search began in the grounds and campus files. From there I moved to maps. I received many ideas from Ruth, the archivist, and through the oral history she gave me, I was able to piece together a topic based on the things I thought stood out among Franklin College’s grounds changes. Most evidence is dated, but there are a couple maps without dates. The maps can be easily traced back to when they were published based upon the information gathered from other sources. Another issue that arouse when researching came from issues regarding some accurate dat...
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