er 25, 1893.
His youngest daughter, Caroline Hancock Johnston, married Thomas C. Kinney, of StauntUniversity.
For the past fifteen years Colonel Johnston has been a conspicuous object in the publane, the future glowed with promise, Colonel Johnston assumed charge under auspicious conditions, bincapable management.
Instead, following Colonel Johnston's suggestions, carrying out his general i the faculty of highest importance.
With Colonel Johnston, however, this rule did not hold true.
H, one of the colleges in the university.
Colonel Johnston never lost an opportunity to urge upon pebest memorial for her lamented daughter.
Colonel Johnston's modesty forbade him to speak of the extcky brought frivolous proceedings against Colonel Johnston for influencing Mrs. Newcomb to divert he
The noblest profession a man can follow, Colonel Johnston used often say to his students, is to edunce.
Glowing tributes to the memory of Colonel Johnston from Judge Charles E. Fenner, President o[6 more...]