As our College is small, not only does the individual receive more attention from
the professor, but he is more likely to be developed by the other college activities,
which are so useful in making a boy into an influential citizen.
Robert E. Blackwell to A. A. Martin, July 24, 1905
The following selections have been reprinted from Professor James Scanlon's Randolph-Macon
College: A Southern History 1825-1967