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Kings College

King’s College

An organization called Young People’s Association for the Propagation of the Gospel purchased the land in 1936, opened as The King’s College in 1938, and left for New Castle, Delaware in 1941.

Army re-opens Camp Evans to former King’s College students after 58 years

The Coast Star by Desiree A. DiCorcia October 21, 1999 Page 20 While WWII clutched humanity in its grips, not many institutions, places, or people escaped undisturbed. The students attending The King’s College, a Christian school located in Camp Evans, Wall Township,…

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Ruth Stockton Shuck Class of 1944 Fall 1940s photos

Ruth Stockton Shuck – King’s College Class of 1944 – Fall 1940s photos

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King’s College: Testimony of Rev. Crawford

Rev. Percy B. Crawford, M.A., D.D. President, The King’s College, Briarcliff Manor, New York My dad was a blacksmith who ruled his home with an iron hand (or rather, a rawhide whip!) When one of us did not appear in church, he would march us to the basement and flog…

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King’s College: Silver Anniversary Supplement

Source: The King’s College – SILVER ANNIVERSARY SUPPLEMENT, courtesy of Mr. Art Nordin, Wilmington, De. A Look Through the Years The King’s College was literally born in a storm. But the words of the prophet Naham, ‘`The Lord hath His way . . . in the storm,” have…

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The King’s College 1939-40 Basketball Team

Provided by Bob & Carol Meisky – Class of 1942 page created November 05, 2000

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King’s College: Beginnings

King’s College at Belmar, N.J. In 1936 the Young People’s Association for the Propagation of the Gospel purchased the Marconi property along Shark River Bay for the purpose of opening a Christian College. After careful preparation, the King’s College, with Percy B…

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