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Fannie Bailey

Full name

Frances E. Bartholomew Bailey

Alternative names

Fannie Bailey, Fannie Bartholomew Bailey

Presence at Shimer

1853

Presence on Earth

1839–1916

Role(s)

Seminary period alum

Frances Bailey, born Frances E. Bartholomew, was one of the first eleven students of Shimer College in 1853, and became a lifelong supporter of the school. She married county clerk Rufus G. Bailey at a meeting of the Lyceum in 1856. He died in 1894 in Minneapolis.[1]

The 1912 Annual Calendar lists Bailey as president of the Twin City Frances Shimer School Club, of which she was the founder.

Bailey died in 1916 and was buried at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Mount Carroll.

Shimer connectionsEdit

QuotationsEdit

  • Recounting the first days of the school
    • Quoted in Shimer College History (1853-1950):
      Then was first displayed that perseverence and energy, that courage to combat difficulties, that has ever characterized the work of the Principal, Mrs. F.A. Wood Shimer.

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