Marion College, Virginia
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Roanoke College, a sister Lutheran college, adopted Marion's alumnae and maintains their records. Marion's alumnae have a reunion every other year on the Roanoke campus. Roanoke's Marion Hall, constructed in 1968 as a women's residence hall, is named in honor of Marion College.
- Wilson, Goodridge (1948). A Brief History of Marion College. Bristol, TN: The King Printing Co. p. 55. OCLC 729369. Retrieved 2007-07-12.
- Associated Press (1967-03-26). "Marion College Life Imperiled Over Finances". Washington Post.
- Thomas W. West: Marion College, 1873-1967, Shenandoah Publishing House, Inc., Strasburg, Va., 1970, 298 pp.
- "U.S. Army General to be Honored as 2006 Distinguished German-American of the Year". German-American Heritage Foundation of the USA. Archived from the original on 2007-06-10. Retrieved 2007-07-12.
Brenda Schwarzkopf (nee Holsinger) hails from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. She graduated from Marion College, a Lutheran girl's college in Virginia.
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