The History of InfoAge Science & History MuseumsKings 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,…
Ruth Stockton Shuck Class of 1944 Fall 1940s photos
Ruth Stockton Shuck – King’s College Class of 1944 – Fall 1940s photosRead More
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…Read More
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…
The King’s College 1939-40 Basketball Team
Provided by Bob & Carol Meisky – Class of 1942 page created November 05, 2000Read More
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…
Sunday February 19th For a Wonderful Vacation, Go by Train! Railroads, Tourism, and Commuters at the Jersey Shore By Bill Elwell 2PM-3PM Hotel Lounge Nestled halfway between two of Americas […]Find out more »
A Brief History of Model Railroading By Dave Albertson 2PM-3PM Hotel Lounge Tracing the roots of Model Railroading back to the 1890's. Manufacturers, Inventions and Pioneers of Model Railroading that […]Find out more »
Sunday March 26th ISEC Lecture Series By Frank O'brien 2PM-3PM ISEC Center About Frank O'Brien: Frank O'Brien is a volunteer historian for NASA as part of their history, education […]Find out more »
Vintage Computer Festival East 2023 April 14th- 16th 2023 Latest info is on the VCF Event Page The theme for the 2023 Festival is Computers in EducationFind out more »
WEEK 1: WONDER Young innovators will: • Build their own mini skate park with rad ramps, bowls, jumps and rails • Become event planners, invent a Party Assistant and design […]Find out more »
WEEK 2: FAST FORWARD Young innovators will: • Design dream homes, explore renewable energy sources and invent their own smart devices • Become robotic pet veterinarians as they take apart […]Find out more »
A week of hands-on STEM and space activities at the historic InfoAge Science & History Museums Space Exploration Center July 24-28, 2023 9AM to 3PM Ages 11-14 $199 per child […]Find out more »
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