The mighty columns of historic Giddings Hall reflect the rich traditions of Georgetown College. With ties stretching back to 1787, Georgetown College offers a liberal arts education "providing students with a climate for achievement with a
Christian context." As the first Baptist college west of the Allegehenies, the school survived not only the turmoil of war but also a devastating fire in the midst of economic depression. Because of the faith and endurance of dedicated trustees, faculty, and local citizens, Georgetown College developed into an institution that celebrates a
legacy of scholarship and Christian principles. This volume's nostalgic photographs and recent snapshots highlight Georgetown's worlds of academia, athletics, student life, and religious activity.