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|Former CEO of Gannett News Corporation|||
|Alfred V. du Pont||
|Head of the du Pont Company|||
|Cotton planter in the South prior to the Civil War, and second largest slave owner in the country|||
|Founder and CEO of Epic Systems|||
|Vice President and publisher of National Geographic magazine|||
|Founder and CEO of Justin's natural and organic foods|
|Vice President and Executive Editor at HarperCollins publishers|||
|Started the Christmas club savings program|||
|Major League Baseball executive|||
|Founder and CEO of Archer Gray media production, finance, and venture capital company|
|President of the New York Knicks|
|President and CEO of L.L.Bean|
|Editor-in-chief of Surface magazine|||
|Lighting designer, winner of 2009 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design in a Musical for Billy Elliot the Musical|
|Frontman, guitarist, and songwriter for the indie rock band The War on Drugs|||
|The New York Times best-selling author, winner of PEN/Hemingway Award|||
|Jennifer L. Holm||
|Historical author, wrote three Newbery Honor books|||
|Beauty Pageant Winner Miss Korea 2018|
|Actor, director, composer, and writer|
|Stand-up comedian, actress, singer, and media personality|
|First Black female graduate of Dickinson, African-American poet of the Harlem Renaissance, activist, and educator|
|Creator of JenniCam.org|||
|James R. Shepley||
|Time, Life journalist, later president of Time Inc., received honorary degree in 1959|||
|Former Time, Life and National Geographic photographer|||
|Associate Managing Editor at The New York Times|||
|Poet and literary critic, MacArthur Fellow, member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award|||
|Henry Louis Baugher||
|President of Pennsylvania (Gettysburg) College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania|
|President of Centre College and the Centenary College of Louisiana|||
|Fred Pierce Corson||
|Twentieth president of Dickinson College; Bishop of the Methodist Church|||
|President of Dickinson College|||
|Founder, President, and namesake of Goucher College|
|Francis Harvey Green||
|Chair of English at West Chester Normal School and Headmaster of the Pennington School|||
|Helen Schaeffer Huff||
|Among the first women to receive a PhD in physics from a US institution.|
|Louis E. McComas||
|Professor of International Law at Georgetown University Law Center|
|Presbyterian professor at Princeton Theological Seminary|
|George Rathmann Professor of Chemistry and Director of the International Institute for Nanotechnology at Northwestern University, recipient of the Kabiller Prize in Nanoscience and Nanomedicine, the Wilhelm Exner Medal, the William H. Nichols Medal, the Dan David Prize, the Linus Pauling Award, and the American Institute of Chemists Gold Medal|
|Elijah Barrett Prettyman||
|Second principal of the Maryland State Normal School, now Towson University|||
|President of Humboldt State University|
|Professor of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin–Madison|
|Avalon Foundation University Professor in the Humanities and Professor of English at Princeton University|
|George Washington Bethune||
|Dutch Reformed minister and author|
|U.S. Army chaplain, missionary and plant collector|||
|Minister, author, abolitionist|||
|George R. Crooks||
|Minister; editor of The Methodist; professor at Drew Theological Seminary|
|George David Cummins||
|Founder of Reformed Episcopal Church|
|William Perry Eveland||
|Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church|||
|Frederick Brown Harris||
|Twice Chaplain of the United States Senate|
|John Wesley Lord||
|Bishop of the Methodist Church; Vice President of the National Council of Churches|
|Robert Samuel Maclay||
|Missionary who made pioneer contributions to the Methodist Episcopal missions in China, Japan and Korea|
|NFL player with the Frankford Yellow Jackets and AFL player with the Philadelphia Quakers|
|Hall of Fame baseball pitcher|
|NFL player with the Frankford Yellow Jackets|
|NFL coach with the Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys|
|AFL player with the New York Titans|
|Frank Mount Pleasant||
|US Olympic Track & Field athlete, 1904 Summer Olympics and 1908 Summer Olympics, first Native American to graduate from Dickinson|
|Chess player, Grandmaster|
|NFL player with the Philadelphia Eagles|
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- Kane, Joseph Nathan (1997). Famous First Facts. H.W. Wilson Company.
The first Christmas savings club at a bank was started by Carlisle Trust Company in Pennsylvania, in 1909. The idea originated with Merkel Landis, the bank’s treasurer. The first payment was received December 1, 1909.
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- "Fred Corson, Retired Bishop". The New York Times. February 18, 1985. Retrieved 2008-03-12.
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- Addresses Proceedings - National Education Association United States. University of Chicago Press. 1901. p. 962.
- "Spencer F. Baird Dead; His Life Work Brought To a Close At Wood's Holl". New York Times. August 20, 1887. Retrieved 2008-03-09.
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