Neil Leonard, 70, died September 15 in Francestown, New Hampshire. Chairman of the board from 1946 to 1960, and a trustee for 36 years (he was made an honorary life trustee in 1966), he was praised as one who had 'done more than any other person now living to bring Colby to its present status on Mayflower Hill and its standing in the eyes of the public.' This citation, spoken by former president J. S. Bixler, accompanied an honorary LL.D. awarded Leonard in 1960. He was a member of the Class of 1921.
Starting an agenda
In age: seventeen, eighteen. A hush in the room (there are over sixty faces) – more out of due respect than expectancy. Freshman, male and female, second day on campus.
The Alumni Seminar
Leonard Mayo: a summary.
The Baccalaureate Degree/Is It Useful?
Arthur Thompson: a professional society
Allan Scott: sense of caution
Robert French: creating relevance
Joseph Smith: the whole man
To Rust Unburnished
by Robert Crowell
'In Loco Parentis': Doctrine of the Past
by Robert French
This handbook, prepared by the Alumni Relations Committee of the Alumni Council, outlines the make-up of the various alumni organizations and their interrelationships. Also, more importantly, it is designed to enable you as an alumnus to share actively in areas of your own interest within the alumni organization.
Colby College, "Colby Alumnus Vol. 58, No. 1: Fall 1968" (1969). Colby Alumnus. 65.