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Lt. John H. David Jr.The First South CarolinaOfficer Killed in Action.Lt. Charles S. GardnerSgt. Charles E. Timmons Jr.Corp. Talmadge W. GerraldPvt. Thomas J. Lyon Jr.Pvt. Otis B. Brodie
Furman StudentMedical Missionary to ChinaBorn 1887 Died 1918
Built in 1851 with two class rooms for use while the main building was being completed.Dr. James C. Furman used the south end,Dr. Charles H. Judson, the north end.Entrusted by action of the Trustees on June 10, 1910 to the Quaterion Club for prese…
The Shack, built in 1937, served as a snack bar and rustic gathering place on the campus of the university's coordinated women's college until it was moved to Furman's new campus in 1961. Now a student residence, it is the only remaining structure…
Fourth generation descendant of Richard Furman, who was the spiritual founder of Furman University.
He served many terms on the Board of Trustees of the University. As chairman he was instrumental in moving Furman University to the present loca…
This site honorsthe memory of
John E. Jones '47PresidentFurman University1976-1994
Named in Honor ofAlester Garden Furman, Jr.
Humanitarian, Master Planner, Friend of Youth, Champion of Education, Guiding Light in Building the New South.
This administration building is named to honor Mr. Furman in grateful recognition of h…
Dedicated in honor orthe ninth president of Furman Universitywho led Furman through a period ofgreat achievement, change and renewalfrom 1976 to 1994.
Commemoratingthe life and service to Furman Universityand Greenville County ofJoseph Baylis Earle, M.D.1862-1943
A.M., Furman University, Class of 1882M.D., University of Virginia, Class of 1886Furman Trustee, 1898-1837Physician to Furman
In MemoriamCharles Hallette Judson, LL.D1820-1901Professor and Professor Emeritus,1851-1907Treasurer, 1855-1894Executive Committee of Trustees,1857-1897Acting President, 1902-1903President, Greenville Female College, 1864-1878andMary Camilla Judso…