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SA ASOTA One of the ei ht-volume set of the Cartbridr,e History is turned over to C\-1 Coller,c 'Profes or Cris Hassold by Linda Pitman, ninth grader at the Out-of-Door School, with nn assist from third grader Sareen Sarna. Watching the r,ift presentation nrc l Punro, headmaster (left) and Mrs. Natalie Ganong, Spanish and French teacher at the Siesta Key school.
NEW COLLEGE/ SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C. ARTHUR INFORMAT ION SPECIAL TO THE SARASOTA HERALD -TRIBUNE Sunday, April 10, 1966 Sarasota--A gift o f books has been presented to the New College library by the Out-of-Door School. The books include the eight-volum e set of the Cambridge Medieval History, The March of Literature by Ford Maddox Ford, and eight volumes of the American Lakes Series. In making the gift, Fred N. Munro, headmaster of the Out-of-Door School, said that it was a pleasure for one of the oldest schools in the area to be able to contribute to the growth and progress of the newest educational institution. The Out-of-Door Sc hool was established in 1924 while New College accepted its first students in 1964. Accepting the books on behalf of the college was Miss Cris Has-sold, assistant professor of fine arts at New College, also was visiting the Siesta Key school to inspect a collection of books and prints on art and ar-chitecture, which may become future additions to the New College Library. All of the books presented to the college are too advanced for students at the Out-of-Door School, according to Mr. Munro, who said he hoped they would be of interest and benefit to the students of New College. II