Winona College

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Winona College was a university college in Winona Lake, Indiana. It was founded somewhere between 1902-1905. It consisted of a Liberal Arts College and the Winona Agricultural and Technical Institute with the College and the Agricultural Institute at Winona Lake and the Winona Technical Institute at Indianapolis.[1]

Founded by John Breckenridge,[2] its last graduating class was that of 1917.[3]

Notable alumni[edit]

Edwin William Schultz[4] , (1888–1971), former Head of the Department of Bacteriology and Experimental Pathology, Stanford University

Clarence Hickman, inventor and contributor to the design of the bazooka during World War II and magnetic recording after the war, received a BA from Winona College [5][6]