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James Stanley Newman, graduate of the University of Virginia, served as Clemson Agricultural College's first Professor of Agriculture from [[1892]] to [[1905]]. He was married to the former Elberta Lewis. They had two children, a daughter, Alba, and a son, [[Charles Carter Newman]], who served at Clemson as a Professor of Horticulture from [[1899]] to [[1946]].
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James Stanley Newman, graduate of the University of Virginia, served as Clemson Agricultural College's first Professor of Agriculture from [[1892]] to [[1905]]. He was married to the former Elberta Lewis. They had two children, a daughter, Alba, and a son, [[Charles Carter Newman]], who served at Clemson as a Professor of Horticulture from [[1896]] to [[1952]].
  
 
[[Newman Hall]] is named for both professors.   
 
[[Newman Hall]] is named for both professors.   
  
 
[[Category:Commemorative Plaques in Tillman Auditorium]]
 
[[Category:Commemorative Plaques in Tillman Auditorium]]

Revision as of 21:20, 22 October 2009

James Stanley Newman, graduate of the University of Virginia, served as Clemson Agricultural College's first Professor of Agriculture from 1892 to 1905. He was married to the former Elberta Lewis. They had two children, a daughter, Alba, and a son, Charles Carter Newman, who served at Clemson as a Professor of Horticulture from 1896 to 1952.

Newman Hall is named for both professors.