John C. Green School of Science

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The John C. Green School of Science, endowed by Mr. John C. Green, was established in September 1873 located near the corner of Nassau Street and Washington Road. It was a department of the College of New Jersey (original name of Princeton University) established for the purpose of giving a thorough scientific training, together with a liberal education.[1]

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