Greely Institute Star May 1896 Vol. 1 No. 5
Greely Institute Star May 1896 Vol. 1 No. 5 is the yearbook for Greely Institute for the spring term of the year 1896. Greely Institute, in Cumberland, Maine, was established through the generosity of Eliphalet and Elizabeth Greely. Eliphalet Greely (1784-1858) was a sea captain, businessman, bank president, state bank commissioner, member of the Maine Legislature and mayor of Portland. His will left $27,500 to the Town of Cumberland, with $6,000 for construction of Greely Institute, which opened Sept. 28, 1868. The Corporation of the Trustees of Greely Institute was dissolved in July 1953 after a Town Meeting vote to establish a free high school. Greely Institute is now known as Greely High School and is part of Maine School Administrative District #51.
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