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Herbert Legare is a member of The Citadel’s Class of 1973. In this interview, conducted by Tessa Updike, Mr. Legare describes how he came to join the Corps of Cadets, and his experience as a cadet. Mr. Legare reflects on how Charles Foster, The…

George Graham is a member of The Citadel’s Class of 1973. In this interview, conducted by Tessa Updike, Mr. Graham talks about how he came to join the Corps of Cadets in 1969. Mr. Graham describes two encounters he had with Charles Foster, The…

Arnold Benson is a member of The Citadel’s Class of 1973. In this interview, conducted by Tessa Updike, Mr. Benson describes how he came to join the Corps of Cadets, and describes his own cadet experience. Mr. Benson talks about how Charles Foster,…

Law_ValedictoryAddress_1859.pdf
These addresses were given during The Citadel's 1859 commencement ceremonies and expressed Hart's gratitude to his fellow cadets, The Citadel's Board of Visitors, and the citizens of Charleston for their contributions to the Class of 1859's success.

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Treva Williams was born in Lyons, Kansas. She was the lead organizer of the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM) from 2012-2022. In this interview recorded right after the end of her tenure with the organization, Williams remembers and reflects on…

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Two cadets walk tours on a Saturday.

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Cadets walking tours.

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Tintype of Marshall and Oliver J. Bond in Chickamauga, Georgia in 1910. Bond was in The Citadel's Class of 1886, and at the time this photograph was taken, was President of The Citadel.

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Timothy Grant was born in 1954 at the Naval Hospital in Charleston, South Carolina and grew up on Jackson Street on the East Side of Charleston. He recalls memories of the women that raised him: his mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother and…

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In this photo are cadets T.J. Weston of Columbia, S.C., T.C. Marshall of Rock Hill, S.C., and W.C. White of Rock Hill, S.C. The Citadel was known as The South Carolina Military Academy when they attended.
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